Paul Stone

Paul Stone is the author of several vegetarian and vegan guides (see below). He spends his time “researching” places for vegans to eat across Cornwall and Wales. He compensates for all this eating by walking the Cornish Coast and Welsh hills. Paul also bakes for and manages vegan events. He helped stage the first vegan fayre in Truro Town Hall. Paul attributes his vegan compassion to spending much of his early life on a working family dairy farm in Shropshire. Paul’s publications include: Vegetarian & Vegan Cornwall – a booklet of the best places to eat, shop and stay in Cornwall. Available from and The Definitive Vegan Guide to Wales, covering the most unexpected (Co-authored with Tim Vodden) and Vegetarian & Vegan Accommodation in Wales – booklet available from


Vegan Falmouth – Inspiration

As a vegan visitor to Cornwall, a trip to Falmouth is always the highlight. Every other café and restaurant seems to have labelled vegan options from pasties to cakes and ice-creams. The variety of different cuisines and styles of food is staggering for such a relatively small harbour town. A nice start to the day – read more


A Vegan day out in St Ives – Inspiration

St Ives’s narrow windy lanes and picturesque buildings bring to mind tales of smuggling in bygone days. Tourists are drawn to this south Cornwall costal town for the historic streets crammed with independent shops and for its miles of golden beaches. I would advise using the park and ride service for your visit from Lelant Saltings – read more


Vegan guide to Bude and Tintagel – Inspiration

Cornwall is a fantastic destination for vegan, vegetarian and dairy free visitors and it’s getting better all the time. This is a brief selection of what is available in the north of the county. The vibrant and vegan friendly town of Bude is on the A3073, off the A39, close to the Devon border. It – read more



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