Our exhibitors at Winter Weekend 2017 brought the flavours of Wales, beautiful arts and great progressive charities to the festival venue. We look forward to announcing the companies exhibiting at Winter Weekend 2018, in autumn this year.
Wander over to the Wye Valley Brewery Beer, Wine & Prosecco Bar, where you’ll find a range of warming local ales, our International award-winning lager, as well as a selection of wines & Prosecco. Gift items will also be available for you to purchase. Just perfect for Christmas!
Coffee Cart serve the finest fresh coffee and tea throughout the festival.
Black Mountain Roast is crafted by coffee-lovers in the foothills of the mountains, in Hay-on-Wye. We use a cutting-edge Probat roaster in our magical barn to create small batches of freshly roasted coffee, ethically-sourced from around the world. Our coffee is a world away from the often bland and stale coffee you'll find on supermarket shelves.
www.blackmountainroast.com | 01497 847 773
Cambrian Mountains Wool is a community interest company, founded with support from the Cambrian Mountains Initiative - inspired by HRH the Prince of Wales to help develop the rural hill farming economy of this beautiful, wild region. We are developing fine knitting and weaving yarns from the wool grown in Mid-Wales, commissioning tweed fabrics from native Welsh fleeces, and supporting local makers and designers. We’ll be bringing our yarns and kits, and showcasing products from makers and hand-dyers working with Cambrian Mountains Wool, as well as some of the community projects we support.
Dogs Trust is the UK’s largest dog welfare charity. We care for around 15,000 lost and abandoned dogs each year through our network of 20 Rehoming Centres. By sponsoring one of these dogs you can help Dogs Trust give them all the love, care and cuddles they deserve.
dogstrust.org.uk | 020 7837 0006
Farmers’ Welsh Lavender make body creams and balms high in the hills of Wales, half an hour by car from Hay-on-Wye. In 2003 journalist Nancy Durham and philosopher Bill Newton-Smith decided to see if lavender would grow on their windswept hillside at 1,100 feet. It did, and the oil they distil on the farm is the unique ingredient in many of their products. They’re bringing their farm shop to the festival filled with their beautifully made, luxurious products and other delightful objects made in Wales, plus a few from their travels beyond. Farmers’ Welsh Lavender can be found across the UK, and internationally in a range of independent stores in Europe and North America.
Greenpeace works to defend the natural world and promote peace by investigating, exposing and confronting environmental abuse, and championing environmentally responsible solutions.
greenpeace.co.uk | 020 7865 8100 | 0800 269 065
Helen Booth is an award-winning painter based in South West Wales. Her work has been exhibited internationally and she is a winner of the prestigious Pollock Krasner Award.
Sukey Sindall, textile artist and tutor in Hay on Wye will be exhibiting her delightful and enchanting illustrations in the Auditorium. Be Inspired and see how chiffon silks and organzas and a simple tiny stitch can create rich and evocative images of the natural world.
Interested in Giving Nature A Home in your own garden? Come and visit the RSPB at the Hay Festival Winter Weekend and find out how you can help.
Vast parts of Wales can now access fast fibre broadband thanks to Superfast Cymru. Find out how fibre broadband could make your life more super.