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The Official Animal Rights March 2017

In 2016 Surge hosted the first Official Animal Rights March where 2,500 vegans marched through London demanding an end to all animal oppression. It is now with great excitement that we are announcing the 2017 Official Animal Rights March, in collaboration with The Save Movement and HeartCure Collective. We want this march to be a big thank you from us for the all the hard work, time and energy every activist puts into helping the animals and the planet. Every single person in this movement is just as valuable as the next and every voice is just as important.

Let’s make the 2017 march bigger, louder and bolder than last year's and send a clear message that veganism can’t be stopped. The future is vegan, but we must take to the streets and continue to speak out on behalf of the animals until the day that their suffering ends. 

We can't wait to see you on September 2nd!

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Easter Exploitation - The Animal Cruelty Behind Easter

One week before Easter Sunday we’ll be raising awareness to the public about the truth behind our Easter traditions.

Every year, it’s British tradition to eat lamb for Easter Sunday, alongside dairy milk chocolate Easter eggs - but there's so many alternatives available. Many people are simply unaware of the cruelty in the meat and dairy industries so join us in raising awareness! You never know who will be enjoying a vegan Easter because of a conversation you had.

We will be at Trafalgar Square outside the National Gallery from 12:00pm until 17:00pm.

Mar 26

SAVE LAYLA Missing Poster Campaign - Join the Challenge!

The Save Layla campaign focuses on Layla, a pig who was documented and recognised as a unique individual at Essex Pig Save. A beautiful photo of Layla was taken by an activist and her 6 year old daughter felt impelled to make a collage-painting of Layla living the life that she should have lived. These images really affected activists at Surge, so we decided to make Layla’s face known across the U.K through missing posters - and in doing so attempt to save future pigs from the same fate. But we need you to join the challenge in order to make this a success!