Farmers' Welsh Lavender

The constantly evolving FARMERS' Welsh Lavender makes nourishing bodycare products 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. New to the line this year is Face Cream. They’re bringing their farm shop to the festival filled with their creams and balms and their latest collection of FARMERS’ provisions including bags, mugs and other delightful objects made in Wales and beyond. FARMERS’ products can now be found around the world.


Twitter:  @welshlavender


Tel:  01982 552 467

Farmers' Welsh Lavender