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  • New pop-up community and events space on Goldsworth Road launches with Woking’s first ever vegan market

EcoWorld London and Ethical Vegan Events are welcoming residents to Woking’s first ever vegan market on 14th August and a summer night market on 26th August, with a range of local and small businesses serving up hot food, drinks, artisan goods, along with live music and DJ’s.

Visitors can look forward to tucking into delicious food from traders including Unity Diner, one of London’s biggest non-profit vegan diners, The Grizzly Vegan, Ollo Foods, The Vegan Street Diner  and vegan ice cream makers The Rolling Coconut. The market will also feature several Woking-based businesses including Binary Botanicals who will be on hand with their gluten-free botanical beers, Eden Greens Urban Farm and local coffee roasters Cannon Coffee Roasters.

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The markets will be taking place at 32 Goldsworth Road, where developers and site owners EcoWorld London are transforming the site into a new community and events space for Woking that will be insitu until November 2022. Woking residents might have already seen the new colourful murals along Goldsworth Road created by artists Baker & Borowski as part of their Graphic Rewilding series, incorporating flora from the local area. For the summer night market on 26th August the space will be transformed further with a pop-up park for the community to play, hang out and relax, allotment planters and areas for events.

EcoWorld London aims to maximise the community benefits of the currently vacant site on Goldsworth Road and will be inviting local organisations and businesses to provide ideas and collaborate on future events. They are also committing to supporting local business and organisations such as Woking-based charity the Useful Wood Company, which teaches unemployed people woodworking skills, and have been commissioned to build all the street furniture and planters for the space. Any food leftover from the markets will also be donated to the York Road Project, a local charity supporting people experiencing homelessness in Woking.


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