MORE than 600 people ate, drank and shopped at Brighton’s first ethical, sustainable, plant-based and “less waste” Christmas Market.
The event was hosted at One Church in Gloucester Place.
Visitors found a host of upcycled goods and gifts, children’s recipe packs, reusable alternatives to single-use plastics, herbal remedies, ethical and fair trade clothing and quirky sustainable stocking fillers.
After shopping, visitors had the chance to make their own foraged wreaths to take home.
They could also sign up to try a beach clean or take the Veganuary challenge.
Hot lunch was provided by the Real Junk Food Project whose mission is to intercept food waste destined for landfill.
Source: The Argus