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veganbristol.com

Postby mrpotatohead » Sat Dec 14, 2013 12:15 pm

New website, with a lot more places than in previous vegan guides to Bristol. Hope it helps if visiting.

http://www.veganbristol.com
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Re: veganbristol.com

Postby baldy » Sat Dec 14, 2013 12:47 pm

Site looks great, packed with information.
No link back to VF though? http://veganbristol.com/?s=veganfitness

Really like the site, if you send me something like a press release, then I can put it on our front page.
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Re: veganbristol.com

Postby mrpotatohead » Sat Dec 14, 2013 2:57 pm

Thanks

Linked back to VF

Anything you can do to help is appreciated.

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Bristol has a new website designed to help vegetarians and vegans, or anyone heading that way. Vegan Bristol is a vegan friendly guide to cafes, restaurants, takeaways, health food shops, eating out, buying in food etc, to Bristol & Bath. Vegan Bristol is volunteer run, and not associated or connected to any business, vegan or otherwise, charity, or organisation. With over 170 listings of vegan friendly businesses, charities, local groups & more, the website is already making a difference. There are 30 or so veggie listings including Green Rocket Cafe & Acorn Vegetarian Kitchen (formerly Demuths) both in Bath, Cafe Kino, Roll for the Soul, Maitreya Social, Gopals Curry Shack in Bristol, and 20 or so vegan listings including Hunkimori pop up restaurant, Spotless Leopard pop up restaurant & catering van, Vegan Treat Boutique, Carun Hemp medical and food products, Little Roar (vegan delights), Kind Cakes Mean Bakes, vegan.co.uk, Yaoh & Viva of course, and more.

Please spread the word.

http://www.veganbristol.com
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