Where can you find Middle Eastern style street food, oat milk lattes and scotchless eggs?
The answer is at Ely’s next Vegan Fair, promising a culinary feast for foodies – regardless of diet.
Launched last autumn, the Vegan Fair proved so popular that it’s set to make its return on Saturday, September 30.
The fair brings together familiar faces from Ely Markets, alongside other regional and national vegan producers, makers and street food vendors.
Vegans and “v-curious” market goers will be able to get their teeth stuck into an array of street food and drink as well as sampling henna tattoos, vegan handbags, cosmetics and information stands.
The event runs alongside Ely’s Craft and Vintage Market.
Emma Grima, commercial director for East Cambs Trading Company, said: “The vegan fair proved a big hit last year, so much so that we have decided to make this year’s event bigger and better than before.
“By providing something different to the market, we hope that residents and visitors alike will welcome the chance to take part and try what’s on offer.”
Admission is free. The fair is family friendly and will run from 9am to 3pm.
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