Come and join us for our annual pot luck picnic! This year we will of course be following government instructions and keeping a safe social distance throughout, and sadly not sharing food this time.
- Sunday, 9th August at midday.
- Calder Holmes Park, Hebden Bridge
- Meet between the cafe and the path to the railway station (see photo).
As usual, everyone is welcome to come along, we just ask they you only bring vegan food or drink (thank you for respecting the wishes of our vegan members). Please bring your own cutlery and plate. We will probably be sitting on the ground, so you may wish to bring a portable seat or blanket.
If you want to come, please send us an email. Dogs are welcome too. If the weather is bad, we may have to cancel, check here or look out for an email if it comes to that.
See you there!
Featured image by Carroll Pierce, CC BY SA 2.0
You are invited to our online chat about cooking, growing or eating a healthy vegan lifestyle especially during COVID-19.
- How inventive you’ve needed to be in your cooking
- Have you tried any new recipes you’d like to share?
- Have you planted anything new in your growing space?
- What are you most looking forward to (from a vegan perspective)?
If you have any thoughts on these (or not!), please join us for our Online Party:
- Friday, 17 July from 8pm
- Online using Zoom Video Conferencing and streaming to Facebook
- Free (using your computer or phone and internet connection)
To register and receive the meeting ID and password, please email us firstname.lastname@example.org or find us on Facebook Live.
You are invited to our online Q and A panel session to ask questions about adopting or maintaining a healthy vegan lifestyle especially during COVID-19.
- Are you finding it difficult to go or stay vegan during lockdown or generally?
- Would you like to meet other new or aspiring vegans?
- Are you curious or interested in plant-based lifestyles?
- Would you like to learn about the connections between eating meat and the source of COVID-19?
- Would you like to safely practise using a new technology to engage with other members of your local community?
If any of those points apply to you, please join us for Vegan Question Time:
- Saturday, 2 May from 8pm to 9pm
- Online using Zoom Video Conferencing
- Free (using your computer or phone and internet connection)
To register and receive the meeting ID and password, please email us email@example.com and, if you have a question to share with the panel, include it in your email.
See also the Facebook event
Update: View the live recording on Facebook
Getting started with Zoom
We will be using Zoom Video Conferencing to host this panel session. After registering, we will send you a link to use when the panel begins, and a password. You will need a computer or phone with speakers/headphones and an internet connection (Wi-Fi or wired network is best).
We recommend you prepare in advance by installing the ‘Zoom Client for Meetings’ app on your PC or Mac, or ‘ZOOM Cloud Meetings’ app for Android, or iOS or Kindle Fire. If you cannot install applications, you can use the web browser instead.
The video above explains the basics of using Zoom for the first time. Our session will also ask you to enter a password when you connect (not mentioned in the video).
- After you connect to the session, you will be invited to join with your webcam; this is optional, you do not need to share your face on video.
- When you are in the session, you will be invited to connect with computer audio; this means that you will use your computer or phone’s speakers/headphones and microphone to hear everyone. The other option is to dial into the Zoom switchboard on your telephone (we do not recommend this).
- When you connect with computer audio, your microphone will be muted. We request that everyone in the session mute their microphone unless the Chair invites them to speak. This will help us to keep order and avoid unnecessary background noise.
Update 1: Following Government advice, we have to cancel this event, sadly.
Twice before, 3 Valley Vegans ended a great walk at the Pace Egg Play(s) in Heptonstall. We’re going to do it again this year and this time our walk will start in Todmorden. It will take us around 3 hours to walk the 9 km (5.5 miles) route to Heptonstall and, if we arrive on time, we will be able to watch the Calder High School version of the play at 3pm and the Heptonstall Players’ version at 4pm. The walk will afford some great views and will pass some lovely places as well as working farms where animals do not live the kind of lives that vegans wish for them. The Pace Egg plays are a Good Friday tradition and it is great fun to be part of the large and interactive audience. (Final details TBC)
Time & date: Good Friday, 10th April 2020 before 11:30 am as we will leave promptly at that time.
- 🚏 Meeting place: The bus stop on the opposite side of the road to the Shell garage on Halifax Road, Todmorden (heading out of Todmorden towards Halifax, the bus stop is on the left 100m before the left turn to Hallroyd Road).
- 👞 Equipment: The walk could well cross muddy and slippery terrain and so waterproof walking boots and suitable clothing are a must. Maybe walking sticks too.
- 😬 Severity: The 9 km walk will involve climbs totalling 516m and the highest point will be 326m above sea level. (We will have started at 124m above sea level.)
- 🍞 Food: Please bring only vegan food to eat for lunch and/or during the walk. That’s the rule for 3VV walks.
- 🚌 Getting home afterwards: those returning to Todmorden can either do it on foot again following a different route on the same side of the valley (north) or take a bus.
- 📧 Booking: Please email Rob if you would like to attend: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hooray hooray. No chicken suffers in the Pace Egg play.
Regrettably, we have taken the difficult decision to postpone this event for a while. I’m sure you can appreciate the reasons. Apologies for the inconvenience.
You are invited to a 3 Valley Vegans talk/food/drink event:
Good nutrition as your super power
Hosted by Sally-Anne Wilkinson from True To Your Health Personalised Nutrition
Registered Nutritional Therapist dipCNM mBANT mANP
Registered Nutritionist rCNHC rGNC
7.30 to 9pm
Wednesday, 18 March 2020
- The Todfellows Space
Oxford Street, Todmorden OL14 5PU
(Near the centre of Tod, behind Kava)
- Suggested donation: £3
- How familial ill health led to her becoming a registered nutritional therapist, and how it helped improve everyone’s health.
- Why poor food choices are our own personal Kryptonite
- Why genetics aren’t the main reason we succumb to chronic illnesses
- What we can do to change our health to more positive outcomes
There’ll be healthy recipes to try, and she’ll also be answering questions about healthy eating, and for those who are interested, how to transfer to a healthy plant-based diet.
UPDATE: Due to recent weather events, we have cancelled our ‘Down with Dairy’ activism in Hebden Bridge.
Street activism helping people to go dairy free. We’re going to hand out free samples of dairy alternatives and give out leaflets. We might wear some masks too. If anyone wants to help with the technology we might show video footage too! See the Surge website for more information about the realities of dairy.
If the weather is awful then we might just hand out leaflets and shorten the event.
Sunday, 16 February 2020
11am to 3pm
St George’s Square, Hebden Bridge
See also Facebook event