One year down

I’ve only just recovered from the mammoth three-day Hackney Downs Festive Vegan Market held at Hackney Downs Studios.

Not only was the market a great opportunity for people to buy some of the best street food in the UK, it also marked our one year anniversary of hosting the market in this location.

I want to say a massive thank you to Eat Work Art for giving this market a home.

Hackney Downs Vegan Market has become one of the most iconic and loved destinations for vegans and their friends on the planet.

Thank you to all the attendees who have visited during 2017 and of course extra special thanks to our traders. Until you have done a day on the market, you can’t imagine how hard they work to bring fresh and exciting food to thousands of people each week.

The market returns weekly on Saturday January 6, 2018.

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Packing up after day two of Hackney Downs Festive Vegan Market and I am ready for a beer and a hot shower. Huge love to all of our traders who worked super hard to feed the thousands of visitors today. We are back for day three tomorrow (Sunday) between 10am and 5pm. Slightly reduced trader numbers tomorrow due to it being Christmas Eve but you can still get feed by @templeofseitan @youngvegans @vega_mama_vegan_catering @pigoutuk_ and @dees_table – so much good savoury food plus cakes by @bakingbad.vegan and @thesunnyspoon – you can get some last minute presents from @zerowasteclub @veganbunnyco – grab some cookies from @littlevegancookieco – drink beer, cider and mulled wine with Clarkshaws Brewing and buy some of their 5 litre mini kegs to take home for your festive party – if you come early enough you might just grab one of the last cheeses by @blackartsvegan #vegan #hackneydownsveganmarket

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  1. Thank you for setting the market up Sean, it’s popularity goes to show how needed it was!

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