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The Wolves Civic, North Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1RQ
(10 mins from bus/train st)
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Cookery Demos, Talks and Workshops

In 4 separate rooms, there will be a full programme of cookery demos, talks and workshops throughout the weekend.

Scroll down the page for full details, including helpful timetables for the talks, so you can see what's on at a glance. All these details will be available in a printed programme, please remember to pick up a copy when you arrive.


Cookery Demonstrations

In the Civic Bar (ground floor, rear of the Civic Hall)

Saturday Demos

10.30am - Muffin in a Mug
With Julia Leyden from Organically Yours in Edinburgh
Learn how to make a yummy vegan & gluten-free muffin in minutes using an Organically Yours mix

 
11.30am - Raw Vegan Pizza
With Monica Williams from Raw for Life
How to make a delicious raw pizza using only natural organic ingredients

 
12.45pm - Comfort Food for Everyone
With Jane Easton from Viva!
- Almost Instant Mac & Cheese (GF option) with broccoli
- Scrambled Sunday Tofu (or any day!) with tomatoes and basil (GF option)

 
2pm - Vegan Cheese Making
With Mel from Mel's Kindness Kitchen
Come and learn how to make delicious, cruelty-free cheese!

 
3.15pm - Sri Lankan Cookery
With Gayani from Gayani's Goldust Kitchen
Demonstrating delicious coconut salad and chickpea baddum

 
4.30pm - Sausage & Egg - Vegan Style
With Jane Easton from Viva!
- Spicy Italian Sausage fried up with onions and tomatoes
- Vegan egg butties (GF option)


 

Sunday Demos

10.30am - Muffin in a Mug
With Julia Leyden from Organically Yours in Edinburgh
Learn how to make a yummy vegan & gluten-free muffin in minutes using an Organically Yours mix

 
11.30am - Try Something Different
With Lizzy Hughes from Our Lizzy Cooking
Cooking with tofu and tempeh and using vegan Black Pudding

 
12.45pm - Vegan Foodie Gifts
With Diane Smith, School Speaker Training Officer at Animal Aid
Delicious treats that make perfect gifts for friends and family. Stuck for original presents? Find out how to make decadent chocolate truffles, Moroccan preserved lemons and spiced roast nuts.

 
2pm - Full of beans
With Liz Hughes from Our Lizzy Cooking
Healthy dishes made with beans to celebrate International Year of Pulses

 
3.15pm - Chocolate Mousse
With Birgit Kehrer from ChangeKitchen
Vegan & gluten-free, this is a dessert without regrets

 
4.30pm - Vegan Cheese Making
With Mel from Mel's Kindness Kitchen
Come and learn how to make delicious, cruelty-free cheese!

 


Talks & Workshops

Click on the talk titles in the timetables below for more details about each talk, or simply scroll down the page.

Please note: the following times are subject to change.

 

Saturday Timetable

Balcony Bar 1 Balcony Bar 2 Mezz Lounge
11am Why You Don't Need Dairy United Patients Alliance: Patients Perspectives Yoga Workshop
12 noon Badgered to Death Why Vegan? An Introduction to the Alkaline Approach to Health
1pm AAAAGH! DINOSAURS!, performed by Dommy B. Going Vegan How Society Creates Animal Loving Animal Killers
2pm Living Foods and Raw Power for Strength and Recovery Why Vegan Diets Work Growing Population - the Elephant in Every Room
3pm Dairy, Beef and Bullshit -  why the establishment wants you to eat animal products Good Health on a Vegan Diet Plant Based Dogs, a Beginners Guide
4pm Change Your Water, Change Your Life Health and Fitness on a Wholefood Plant Based Diet Beginners Guide to Vegan Travel
5pm Vegan Social Life to be confirmed 4.40pm - Film: Called to Rescue

Sunday Timetable

Balcony Bar 1 Balcony Bar 2 Mezz Lounge
11am In Defence of Veganism Super Sentient Animals Yoga Workshop
12 noon Change Your Water, Change Your Life Other Animals: Our Teachers Health and Fitness on a Wholefood Plant Based Diet
1pm "But where do you get your protein?!": How to build Strength and Muscle on a Vegan Diet Plant-Based Diets: Answers to Common Questions Deep Ecology - The Radical Changes Needed to Properly Respect Nature
2pm Facing the Challenge Vegan Myths Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
3pm Atherstone Hunt Campaign Activism Without the Stereotype Is Human Population an Animal Rights Issue
4pm What's in a Name? Why Rights-Based Animal Rights Campaigning is So Important Fighting the Exotic Pet Crisis I Just Want Water in My Water!
5pm to be confirmed CBD (Cannabidiol) AKA Medicinal Cannabis - What's all the Hype About? 4.40pm - Film: Called to Rescue


Saturday

Balcony Bar 1 (on 2nd floor, lift available)

11am - Why You Don't Need Dairy
With Tony Wardle, Founding Director of the science-based health & nutrition charity The Vegetarian & Vegan Foundation and Associate Director of Viva!
Is it natural to consume milk after weaning? Indeed, is it safe to consume cow's milk at all? Tony explores the many health issues and new research showing why dairy is linked to cancers; how natural growth hormones in milk affect us and what are the dangers of milk protein and saturated fats? Also, if we don't consume dairy where should we get calcium?

 
12 noon - Badgered to Death
Nigel Tolley in conversation with Dominic Dyer CEO Badger Trust & Policy Advisor Born Free Foundation on his new book "Badgered to Death" The People & Politics of the Badger Cull. Followed by Q & A with the audience and a book signing (50% of proceeds raised go to West Midlands Badger Group)
 
1pm - AAAAGH! DINOSAURS!, performed by Dommy B.
An exciting, hilarious adventure show for children.
A young troll must defend the town from a gang of destructive, deadly dinosaurs!
Dommy B has won New York's famous Nuyorican Poetry Cafe Slam and UK Superheroes of Slam. He has performed his poetry for children on national TV on BBC Rhyme Rocket.

 
2pm - Living Foods and Raw Power for Strength and Recovery
With Pat Reeves, Practitioner of Nutritional & Functional Medicine, World Champion Powerlifter and author of A Living Miracle www.foodalive.org
Being on a plant based diet for forty-seven years - the last twenty of those mainly consuming living foods, has totally transformed Pat's health, radically changing orthodox predicted outcome, enabling her to defeat an intractable cancer situation. This will be an interactive talk, where Pat can explore what is important to you when considering adding more raw energy to your life. Personalising a most empowering nutritional practice to overcome health challenges, keep your strength improving in the gym/sports and for life in general as a weapon in your arsenal for healing injuries faster. Nothing is better at anti-aging than applied nutrition! Raw and living foods offer high amounts of nutrients which are vitalising, energising, enhancing oxygen and vibrancy, enabling one to become more intuitive and knowledgeable in accessing our inner healing system.

 
3pm - Dairy, Beef and Bullshit -  why the establishment wants you to eat animal products
With Tony Wardle, journalist, award-winning TV producer, author of Diet of Disaster and Associate Director of Viva!
Eating meat and milk is a main cause of the 15 degenerative diseases that kill most of us. It also destroys the global environment. And yet politicians, media, royalty and gentry all encourage us to keep on consuming because they do nicely out of it.

 
4pm - Change your Water, Change your Life
With Tim Shieff, World Champion Freerunner and founder of the vegan clothing company Ethics and Antics
As an athlete switching to a vegan diet I noticed a lot of benefits in recovery, focus and general well being. When I got my water right however I noticed the same benefits with even more consistency. This talk is aimed to show you that not all water is equal and how the subtle differences between the bottled, tap and pure water we drink makes huge implications on our health, fitness and well being. I aim to inform you of my personal experience and research into H20 and how a simple shift of awareness in something so many of us already do can have great benefits in our quality of life.

 
5pm - Vegan Social Life
With Thom Milner, admin of Birmingham Vegans Facebook group.
Birmingham Vegans Facebook Group (which now has 2700 members) Thom hosts an average of 4 vegan social events per month in Birmingham. In this talk Thom will discuss the benefits of having an active vegan social network, his experience and thoughts on how to create successful vegan events and their importance as a form of activism.

 

Balcony Bar 2 (on 2nd floor, lift available)

11am - United Patients Alliance: Patient Perspectives
With Abby Hughes and other members of the United Patients Alliance
A talk discussing the benefits of medicinal cannabis, including the impact on health, the environment & the economy.

 
12 noon - Why Vegan?
With Sandra Higgins BSc (Hons) Psych, MSc Couns Psych, MBPsS - Director of Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary and Go Vegan World
Sandra will outline the ethical rational for veganism by examining the consequences of non-vegan lifestyles for other animals and for a range of intersectional issues. She will demonstrate why veganism is the starting point from which we grant other animals the rights we expect for ourselves, and show why anything less than those rights is a travesty of justice. She presents an unequivocal call for complete and immediate cessation of animal use by humans and encourages other activists to adopt very clear methods of advocacy. Sandra's talk will be illustrated by reference to the Go Vegan World advertising campaign.

 
1pm - Going Vegan
With Elizabeth King, volunteer for www.veganlifestyleassoc.com
Thinking about going vegan? Have you tried being vegan before but come across some challenges? Are you a new vegan?. If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then please join us at our Vegan Lifestyle Association workshop. During the workshop we outline our 10 simple steps to start you on your vegan journey including what to buy, where to eat, and how to deal with family and friends. We'll also answer any questions you have about going vegan.

 
2pm - Why Vegan Diets Work
With Veronika Powell, health campaigner at Viva! specialising in the links between diet and its impact on our health. Veronika is a biologist and a qualified teacher. She has campaigned on how vegan diets can prevent or treat many diseases including diabetes and osteoporosis, and keeps Viva!Health up to date with the latest research on all diet-related topics.
 
3pm - Good Health on a Vegan Diet
With Stephen Walsh PhD, nutrition and health spokesperson for The Vegan Society and author of Plant Based Nutrition & Health
This talk sets out the evidence that animal products are unnecessary for excellent health and gives simple recommednations for maximising the benefit of a vegan diet.

 
4pm - Health and Fitness on a Wholefood Plant Based Diet
With Mick Walker, the vegan cyclist www.vegancyclist.co.uk
As a biology teacher, Mick has a good understanding of diet, nutritional needs and physiology. He's 100% convinced that his vegan diet is making a huge contribution to maintaining his health, fitness and stamina. Now in his 60s he's regularly cycling long distance endurance events and is feeling better than ever.

 
5pm - to be confirmed

Mezz Lounge (on 1st floor, lift available)

11am - Yoga Workshop
With Lenka Pagan, a certified Ashtanga/Children's yoga teacher and a Healthy Lifestyle Coach. She is also an author of two eBooks 'Healing Beverages' and 'The Healing Power of Herbs'. You can find out more on her website www.lenkapagan.com

What can you expect from this short Yoga workshop (50 mins)?
Short introduction to yoga
Warm-up movements (standing)
Poses (standing and sitting on a chair)
Relaxation and deep breathing techniques (sitting on a chair)
Handouts and special offers
Q & A

How will you feel after this workshop?
Stretched, strengthened and relaxed all at the same time.
 
12 noon - An Introduction to the Alkaline Approach to Health
With Janette McSkimming BA(Hons), LC Hom, DANP, an Alkaline Nutritional Practitioner specialising in Alkaline Food, Raw Food, Life Food, Tonic Herbs, Healthy Lifestyle and Longevity. She is also a classically trained homoeopath.
You may have heard about the 'Alkaline Diet' as many of the so called 'A-listers' are getting into it. It's actually more of a lifestyle approach to health than a diet and it has many benefits. Jan will explain the underpinning science to the movement and will show how to test your own alkalinity.

 
1pm - How Society Creates Animal Loving Animal Killers
Dr. Roger Yates has been a vegan activist since turning vegan in 1979. He was involved in a series of campaigns in the 1980s, including helping to open the first animal rights shop?in Britain. He has been a committee member of the BUAV, and part of the Sea Shepherd crew in Scotland. He was jailed for 4 years in the late 1980s as a result of being a press officer for the Animal Liberation Front Supporters Group. He is currently engaged in vegan education outreach in Dublin, Ireland, and is an occasional lecturer in sociology at University College Dublin (UCD).
Roger looks at the socialisation processes that constructs speciesist individuals generation after generation. What are the cultural resources cultural speciesism is based on? This talk focuses on the messages in the early reading books we share with our children.

 
2pm - Growing Population - the Elephant in Every Room
With Edmund Davey, spokesperson for Population Matters
We all want to live more sustainably. Protecting the environment, supporting biodiversity, reducing our footprint. All of this will fail, if the planet's population keeps growing at its current rate. But the unsustainable growth in population is a subject that too often gets left undiscussed. Maybe it seems too difficult, or too sensitive - but it's vital we don't ignore it! As David Attenborough, the Patron of Population Matters, has made clear: there is no problem - environmental, social or economic - that does not become harder, and ultimately impossible, to solve with ever more people. Population Matters campaigns for sustainable population, through empowering women, widening access to family planning and greater awareness of population impacts in policy-making.
 
3pm - Plant based dogs, a beginners guide
With Ruth Dredge, a former vet nurse, animal behaviourist and co-presenter of The Species Barrier (vegan radio show)
Ruth talks about what we feed our companion dogs and why vegans are obligated to feed plant based. She also discusses the practical side of this.

 
4pm - Beginners Guide to Vegan Travel
With Chris and Sarah Beese, Co-writers of Wanderlust Vegans (A Vegan Travel Blog)
Are you worried being vegan will restrict you from travelling around the world? Join Chris and Sarah as they discuss their tips and tricks for first timers travelling as vegans.

 
4.40pm - Film: Called To Rescue
www.calledtorescuefilm.com
The UK premier of new documentary 'Called to Rescue', a beautiful and inspiring glimpse into the ubridled compassion on fifteen farm animal sanctuaries throughout the US. The rescued farm animals, simply by being who they are, are changing lives, lifestyles, and beliefs on both sides of the fence. The humans, many of whom dramatically altered the course of their lives because of a connection with a farm animal, are dedicated beyond words.

 

Sunday

Balcony Bar 1 (on 2nd floor, lift available)

11am - In Defence of Veganism
Dr. Roger Yates has been a vegan activist since turning vegan in 1979. He was involved in a series of campaigns in the 1980s, including helping to open the first animal rights shop?in Britain. He has been a committee member of the BUAV, and part of the Sea Shepherd crew in Scotland. He was jailed for 4 years in the late 1980s as a result of being a press officer for the Animal Liberation Front Supporters Group. He is currently engaged in vegan education outreach in Dublin, Ireland, and is an occasional lecturer in sociology at University College Dublin (UCD).
In this presentation, Roger will argue that we need vegans to keep their eye on the ball and promote veganism through grassroots community education and not get diverted by those who believe vegans should run reducetarian or vegetarian campaigns. Defend veganism as a justice-for-all philosophy and reject "veganism except for bacon."

 
12 noon - Change your Water, Change your Life
With Tim Shieff, World Champion Freerunner and founder of the vegan clothing company Ethics and Antics
As an athlete switching to a vegan diet I noticed a lot of benefits in recovery, focus and general well being. When I got my water right however I noticed the same benefits with even more consistency. This talk is aimed to show you that not all water is equal and how the subtle differences between the bottled, tap and pure water we drink makes huge implications on our health, fitness and well being. I aim to inform you of my personal experience and research into H20 and how a simple shift of awareness in something so many of us already do can have great benefits in our quality of life.

 
1pm - "But where do you get your protein?!": How to build Strength and Muscle on a Vegan Diet
With Stephen Coote (@veganbodybuilding on Instagram), bodybuilder, powerlifter and founder of www.RiseOfTheVegan.com
Stephen will deliver an engaging and inspiring talk on becoming a strong, fit, healthy vegan. As well as sharing his own experience he'll showcase other notable vegan athletes and dispel common dietary myths about veganism. Audience members will be given practical advice on how they can improve their health and fitness and shown the benefits a plant-based diet brings.
 
2pm - Facing the Challenge
With Kit Perry, author of The Empathy Spectrum
A look at the nature and nurture that makes approximately 97% of the human race, carnists.

 
3pm - Atherstone Hunt Campaign
With members of West Midlands Hunt Sabs
West Midland Hunt Sabs have been documenting the Atherstone Hunt for nearly 3 years. Within this time they have set up a public campaign to highlight what exactly is happening in the countryside post ban. They have exposed the brutality of fox hunting, violence towards hunt saboteurs, racism, sexism and police bias and corruption. The talk will highlight how the campaign started, footage gained, how you the public can help and a general discussion. Followed by questions from the public.

 
4pm - What's in a Name? Why Rights-Based Animal Rights Campaigning is So Important
Dr. Roger Yates has been a vegan activist since turning vegan in 1979. He was involved in a series of campaigns in the 1980s, including helping to open the first animal rights shop?in Britain. He has been a committee member of the BUAV, and part of the Sea Shepherd crew in Scotland. He was jailed for 4 years in the late 1980s as a result of being a press officer for the Animal Liberation Front Supporters Group. He is currently engaged in vegan education outreach in Dublin, Ireland, and is an occasional lecturer in sociology at University College Dublin (UCD).
Roger will say that the animal advocacy movement is a philosophical mess - and that means it's claims-making is not very good either. As a rights-based animal advocate, Roger will make the case for animal rights, and say why we should be talking to the public about other animals being rights bearers, and explain what we do to other animals when we use them are rights violations.

 
5pm - to be confirmed

Balcony Bar 2 (on 2nd floor, lift available)

11am - Super Sentient Animals
With Joanne Hull, Author, Spiritual Teacher & Animal Advocate. www.joannehull.com
An intimate talk about Joanne's world of communicating and understanding animals, a truly magical journey that changed her life forever and that could change yours too. Hear the heartbreaking stories, the uplifting rescues, how Joanne teaches human to animal communication along with the latest update of Joanne's remarkle journey in helping the animals live a free and peaceful life.

 
12 noon - Other Animals: Our Teachers
With Sandra Higgins BSc (Hons) Psych, MSc Couns Psych, MBPsS - Director of Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary and Go Vegan World
Sandra will outline how vegan advocacy needs to be informed by the animals on whose behalf we advocate. She will describe how her activism is inspired and informed by the residents she cares for at Eden Farmed Animal Sanctuary and how they have motivated her to run the Go Vegan World Advertising Campaign.

 
1pm - Plant-based diets: answers to common questions
With Heather Russell, Nutritionist for The Vegan Society
This talk will describe good plant sources of important nutrients, explains how to supplement a plant-based diet, and provides an overview of how a plant-based diet can meet everyone's nutritional needs.

 
2pm - Vegan Myths
With Stephen Walsh PhD, nutrition and health spokesperson for The Vegan Society and author of Plant Based Nutrition & Health
This talk looks at some widely believed myths and uses them to illuminate the real evidence about veganism and to explain how to judge the reliability of health claims.

 
3pm - Activism Without the Stereotype
With LauraJane Curtis, founder of Birmingham Vegan Advocacy
BVA works to beat the stereotype of what it means to be an activist. Many are turned away by the idea of activists events, often viewed as aggressive, draining or negative. Their recent work demonstrates how activism can be inspiring, energising and a positive experience for both activists and the non-vegans they talk to. In this talk, LauraJane will discuss the importance of activism, the family you gain from it and how to walk away from events feeling better than when you arrived.
 
4pm - Fighting the Exotic Pet Crisis!
With Clare Barnard BSc.(Hons), Owner-Operator of Grace's Rest, Midlands Exotic Animal Advice, Education and Rescue Service www.gracesrest.co.uk
A summary of the cruel global trade in exotic wildlife as pets and the work of Grace's Rest in fighting the crisis on the front line.  Thousands of animals are captured in the wild every year and shipped worldwide to satisfy human curiosity and greed. Think this sort of thing only happens abroad? Think again!

 
5pm - CBD (Cannabidiol) AKA Medicinal Cannabis - What's all the hype about?
With Janette McSkimming BA(Hons), LC Hom, DANP, an Alkaline Nutritional Practitioner specialising in Alkaline Food, Raw Food, Life Food, Tonic Herbs, Healthy Lifestyle and Longevity. She is also a classically trained homoeopath.
Research is accelerating and there are indications that your internal system, your ?endocannabinoid system may be deficient. It appears to have the enormous job of regulating a multitude of metabolic processes; from cell death (apoptosis) to bone growth; from anxiety to autoimmune responses. You may be surprised to know that?Mother's Milk provides endocannabinoids and we go on to produce our own throughout our lives. Janette will give an overview of the broad clinical potential for the relief of an astonishing array of ailments using cannabinoid medicines; those devoid of any psychoactive effect - AKA Medicinal Cannabis.

 

Mezz Lounge (on 1st floor, lift available)

11am - Yoga Workshop
With Lenka Pagan, a certified Ashtanga/Children's yoga teacher and a Healthy Lifestyle Coach. She is also an author of two eBooks 'Healing Beverages' and 'The Healing Power of Herbs'. You can find out more on her website www.lenkapagan.com

What can you expect from this short Yoga workshop (50 mins)?
Short introduction to yoga
Warm-up movements (standing)
Poses (standing and sitting on a chair)
Relaxation and deep breathing techniques (sitting on a chair)
Handouts and special offers
Q & A

How will you feel after this workshop?
Stretched, strengthened and relaxed all at the same time.
 
12 noon - Health and Fitness on a Wholefood Plant Based Diet
With Mick Walker, the vegan cyclist www.vegancyclist.co.uk
As a biology teacher, Mick has a good understanding of diet, nutritional needs and physiology. He's 100% convinced that his vegan diet is making a huge contribution to maintaining his health, fitness and stamina. Now in his 60s he's regularly cycling long distance endurance events and is feeling better than ever.

 
1pm - Deep Ecology - the radical changes needed to properly respect nature
With Dr Karen Parham, Lecturer in Philosophy and Religious Studies at Birmingham Metropolitan College.
A thought-provoking talk and presentation exploring the radical changes needed to properly respect nature and the inherent worth of other beings. Deep ecology is a contemporary ecological and environmental philosophy characterized by its advocacy of the inherent worth of living beings regardless of their instrumental utility to human needs, and advocacy for a radical restructuring of modern human societies in accordance with such ideas. Deep ecology's core principle is the belief that the living environment as a whole should be respected and regarded as having certain inalienable legal rights to live and flourish, independent of its utilitarian instrumental benefits for human use. This philosophy provides a foundation for the environmental, ecology and green movements and has fostered a new system of environmental ethics advocating wilderness preservation, human population control and simple living.

 
2pm - Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
With Mark Muschamp, a vegan animal rights activist & Senior Volunteer for Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
Mark has served twice as a Cove Guardian as part of Sea Shepherd's Operation Infinite Patience in Taiji, Japan. A regular speaker at events, Mark is passionate about educating others about the importance of protecting our oceans and the creatures that live in it. In addition to his work with Sea Shepherd, Mark is an active campaigner against bloodsports, the badger cull, vivisection and the use of animals for entertainment. Mark will talk about the latest campaigns run by Sea Shepherd around the globe and the importance of caring for our oceans.

 
3pm - Is human population an animal rights issue?
With Marcus and Ruth Dredge, presenters of The Species Barrier (vegan radio show)
Marcus and Ruth provide a rare focus on how human numbers greatly impact animal rights. Be it habitat loss, species extinction or increased demand for farmed animal exploitation, they argue that this important issue is largely ignored in the movement.

 
4pm - I just want water in my water!
With Joy Warren, coordinator of West Midlands Against Flouridation

 
4.40pm - Film: Called To Rescue
www.calledtorescuefilm.com
The UK premier of new documentary 'Called to Rescue', a beautiful and inspiring glimpse into the ubridled compassion on fifteen farm animal sanctuaries throughout the US. The rescued farm animals, simply by being who they are, are changing lives, lifestyles, and beliefs on both sides of the fence. The humans, many of whom dramatically altered the course of their lives because of a connection with a farm animal, are dedicated beyond words.

 
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