We are very grateful to Alastair Choat, compassionate and animal loving landlord of Norman’s Coach and Horses, for offering to host our third Octobear Festival. Our previous events were huge successes and we’re very confident that this one will be too. The pub is vegan/vegetarian so there will be something there for everyone.
For £30 you will get a yummy 3 course meal and a glass of wine. There will also be a raffle and one of our members, who took part in Animals Asia’s one week volunteer programme this May, will be sharing her experiences with us.
This will raise vital funds for Animals Asia’s work in China and Vietnam.
Tickets are limited and can be booked by completing our booking form below. We would love to see you there!
The amazing Rock Choir will be singing their hearts out at Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre this coming Sunday, 11th December, to raise funds for Animals Asia.
Multiple performances will take place between 1pm until 2.30pm. So come and rock out with Moonie the Bear, sing along and have some fun. There is also a Christmas Market to enjoy afterwards.
You can combine your Christmas shopping with some fun and give a little Christmas cheer to the bears as well. Every little helps and the newest rescues in particular will appreciate it ever so much. Their first Christmas free from pain and with new lives and new friends to look forward to.
Hope to see you there!
Thanks to the ever generous Sepp Häusl we now have three absolutely fabulous moon bear prints on canvas for sale. They are made to order and can be ordered on our stalls or by contacting us by email or via the contact page here.
15% of each sale goes to Animals Asia and the rest covers our cost. We can deliver free of charge within the London area, or arrange to have your print sent to you by courier for £12 anywhere on the UK mainland. Not only do they look wonderful, but a print like this on your wall could be a good starting point for a conversation about the bears and their plight.
We should have one sample on the stall this coming Saturday and will try to always have one there, so that potential buyers can see what they are getting. All three images are bears rescued by Animals Asia who now live a happy life at the sanctuary and are free to do what bears do.