‘We want to use our space to showcase everything veganism has to offer’ – feature by the Jewish Chronicle.
The Jewish Vegetarian Society officially launched its vegan centre at its Golders Green premises with an event attended by more than 300 people.
Thanks to a generous philanthropist and crowdfunding, the JVS has transformed the ground floor of its HQ to also incorporate a 15-seat meeting room and a large functions area.
And for the opening, by local MP Mike Freer, its garden was a “forest school”, where guests could learn about wildlife, cultivating vegetables and composting food waste. Full story from the Jewish Chronicle