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Jean Lambert London's Green MEP

Statement ahead of the Animal Aid ‘Christmas Without Cruelty’ Fayre

THIS Sunday sees almost 100 exhibitors showing off an amazing array of animal-friendly products and information about how you can help animals and the environment this Christmas at the annual Christmas Fayre organised by London-based campaigning organisation Animal Aid.

The European Parliament regularly discusses animal welfare issues – and the growing links between the farming sector and environmental damage – and Green MEPs are usually at the forefront of new rules protecting animals and minimising the environmental impact of our food and farming systems.

I hope lots of Londoners are able to get to the Christmas Fayre, which this year runs from 10am to 5pm at Kensington Town Hall.

The huge range of cruelty-free items on offer means that you can do all your Christmas shopping in one place.

But the big plus – apart from the relaxed and friendly atmosphere – is that your money will be going directly to charities, campaign groups and ethical traders who are trying to make a positive difference in the world.

All items on sale are ethically produced, and you can be sure that they have not been tested on animals and do not include any animal ingredients.