Vegan and Animal Rights MarchDownload
© Licensed to London News Pictures. 15/06/2019. Bristol, UK. Several hundred protesters take part in a Vegan and Animal Rights March Bristol 2019 through the city centre. Organisers have said their main message is for animal liberation, using their voices in the march to make Bristol listen and hopefully get them doing more research into the animal cruelty and go vegan. The march is mainly for vegans, but also vegetarians and people against animal cruelty. In January Bristol was ranked as the best place in the world for vegans, according to online cookbook Chef’s Pencil. Residents in Bristol typed in more vegan-related searches throughout 2018 than any other city across the globe. There are a number of vegan or vegan-friendly restaurants, bars and cafes around the city, and an activism scene with regular events. Their is a demand for vegan food and Bristol offers vegans lots of food choices and also fashion options too with a vegan shoe store Collection and Co. Photo credit: Simon Chapman/LNP.
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