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Brian May is star speaker at Animal Aid’s 2010 Christmas Fayre
Kensington Town Hall, Sunday 5th December
There’s a real treat in store this year at Animal Aid’s Christmas Fayre extravaganza on 5th December. Rock guitar legend and passionate anti-hunt campaigner, Brian May, will be speaking at 14.00 on ‘Man as a wild animal’. His talk will be particularly relevant due to the current hunting debate and proposed badger cull in both England and Wales. The alternative comedian, Andrew O’Neil, will also be joining us and will perform an amusing set to lighten the proceedings. There will be further talks, from among others, Animal Aid’s Director, Andrew Tyler.
There are nearly 100 stands at the event, selling vegan food, animal friendly produce and Christmas gifts – including scrumptious chocolates and cakes, beautiful toiletries and cosmetics, cruelty-free shoes and clothing, cards and special presents, so this is the perfect venue to obtain your Christmas gifts. Many animal protection organisations will be in attendance, so all profits will help their vital work in trying to make the world a kinder place
Youngsters will be able to enjoy having their faces painted and a children’s workshop and a crèche will also be available. For adults, there’s the excitement of the live auction of celebrity items and a fun-filled Push-ups Contest.
As the public places an increasing emphasis on enjoying an ethical Christmas, Animal Aid’s Fayre has gone from strength to strength. Admission is only £2, a very reasonable amount given what is on offer. Children under 11 are admitted free. Have a fun day out and support cruelty-free causes at the same time.
THE animal-friendly event of the year - not to be missed!!
Kensington Town Hall, Hornton Street, London, W8, Sunday 5th December, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. We regret that no animals, except assistance dogs, are allowed in the Town Hall.
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