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Come and meet the team

Compassion in World Farming are delighted to invite you to join us in London on Saturday 12th July, to hear first hand from Compassion CEO Philip Lymbery and Isabel Oakeshott, about our new book: Farmageddon – the true cost of cheap meat.

Spaces are limited: click here to request your free ticket today.

Farmageddon is a ground-breaking account of the damage factory farming causes to animals, people, and the environment. It has received tremendous reviews from major UK newspapers, including the Telegraph, Guardian, Independent, and the Evening Standard. Sales have been overwhelming – the book is now on its fourth reprint and it has already been published internationally.

As a supporter, you are the backbone of our movement for change – and you have made this new book possible. That’s why we would like you to come and meet the Compassion team and hear first-hand how together we will turn the tide against the powerful vested interests of industrial animal agriculture.

Farmageddon: The true cost of cheap meat
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There will be talks by the authors and short films showing how important it is that we act now to avert farmageddon, plus an opportunity to talk with the Compassion team and ask any questions you may have.

Join us in London on Saturday 12th July at the Royal Geographical Society, from 1.30pm – 4pm.

Tickets are FREE but spaces are limited so, to avoid disappointment, please order your ticket straight away if you wish to come and meet the team. Tickets are only availableonline.

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