Resources for young people

The Vegetarian Society is an educational charity. Our job is to help people learn more about vegetarianism by providing accurate and interesting information and resources.

arrowIf you're looking for basic information about vegetarianism our Going Veggie section might be a good place to start.

arrowIf you have a question you'd like answering then you can email:

ArrowYou can also find fun and quirky facts in the A-Z of vegetarianism, veg of the month and 10 things about...

arrowFill in the order form to order any of the resources below or call us directly on 0161 925 2000. Many of the resources are also available to download.

All our materials are free within the UK. However, as a small charity, any donations would be much appreciated.

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Veggie Guide for TeensVeggie guide for teens and parents

Booklet packed full of information, ideas and advice for the whole family. 

  Download a copy (2.36 MB)


Going veggie...for the animalsGoing veggie...for the animals

Many people stop eating meat because of concerns over the way animals are killed for food and this leaflet highlights the extent of animal slaughter in the UK. Going veggie...for the animals looks at all kinds of farmed animals, their lifespan and conditions they live in before being slaughtered.

Download a copy (1.34 MB)



Environment leaflet Going veggie...for the environment

An introduction to why going vegetarian for the environment is a positive choice

Download a copy (3.78 MB)




Going veggie...for healthGoing veggie...for health and wellbeing

A balanced vegetarian diet is healthy and nutritious and this leaflet shows why.

Download a copy (1.66 MB)




Email service

You are more than welcome to 'contact an expert' via email. Questionnaires are also welcome.

Email your questions to:


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