Exhibition stands include immersive experiences, handcrafted clothing, jewellery, local art and crafts, unique homewares, gourmet food and drink, travel, social enterprise, magazines and charities.
To find out about food and drink on the Festival site, click here.
Discover the magic of India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan or the Maldives with Authentic India Tours. Authentic India Tours is a UK company working with local travel experts to offer small group tours and customised tailor-made holidays which are ABTA and ATOL protected. Experience hand-picked exceptional hotels, marvel at historic monuments and be amazed by the wonderful wildlife and culture.
Special discounts available for Hay Festival visitors (use code HAY22).
authenticindiatours.com | 01792 315 499
The Big Book Review is an Arts and Humanities Research Council funded research project investigating the complex preconceptions that shape people’s reading choices. They're inviting Hay Festival visitors to help explore the factors determining readers’ literary taste and challenge the books we value as a society. Visit the Big Book Review’s stand to find out more. You can help the project by completing a short survey asking you to rate the quality of contemporary fiction: https://survey.bigbookreview.co.uk.
bigbookreview.co.uk | Follow us @big_book_review
Black Mountain Roast have been roasting award-winning ethically sourced coffee in the foothills of the Black Mountains since 2015. They return to Hay Festival with their friends Gwatkin Cider, serving tasters of single origin coffee, Colombian coffee liqueur, award-winning cider, perry and apple spirits. Both producers have an emphasis on using the best quality ingredients with tried and tested methods to deliver the best taste and flavour. Black Mountain Roast also provides bespoke product development including label design, coffee tasting and blending to allow the most passionate coffee serving venues to develop their own coffee blends for their coffee loving customers. Both companies offer nationwide delivery.
Bobbi handmade children’s clothes are fully reversible and designed so children can get the most out of their clothes – in every sense! The focus is on the designs being functional and durable as well as fun and stylish. Buying handmade, British products shouldn’t only be an option for a select few – Bobbi like to make their high quality products as affordable as possible. They also constantly change their fabric ranges so each design isn’t around for long, meaning every piece is unique.
bobbihandmade.co.uk | 07817 327 141
Bonne Maman’s delicious desserts are made using simple, timeless recipes using the finest ingredients. Come and try a luscious Strawberry or Chocolate Mousse made with fresh cream, whole milk and gently simmered strawberries or fine cocoa, whisked together to make little pots of perfection.
Cape Cornwall rescues fabrics which otherwise would have gone into landfill and repurposes them into trend led fashion pieces. Being handmade and recycled, no two items are the same! Sustainability is key. Each piece is individually designed and handmade with love by their team of women artisans in central India. When you buy from Cape Cornwall you not only contribute to these Indian women’s economic situation, giving them independence to earn a wage and to support their families, you also choose to shop sustainably and help protect the future of our planet.
Follow us @cape.cornwall
New spirit – old tradition. Exhilarating drinks derived from the bountiful hills of Wales. These spirit drinks have been enhanced in the medieval country tradition of adding extra fruit, herbs and spices as pick-me-ups and stimulants, to produce magical elixirs.
celticspirit.co.uk | 01407 730 021
Chock Shop produces the largest selection of chocolate brownies in the UK. Their distinctive round brownies and blondies are individually cut and decorated. Have them on their own or served with warm chocolate sauce and fresh cream.
Award-winning British designer/supplier of nature-inspired homeware and gifts. China, linens, glassware, cards, prints… capturing the inescapable beauty of nature through Claire Vaughan’s breathtaking artwork.
clairevaughandesigns.co.uk | 01981 551 187 | 07510 747 211
Ewemoo is based in Wales, within easy reach of the Brecon Beacons. They provide quality handcrafted animal themed foot stools together with a selection of gifts for every occasion. Their aim is to introduce something different, gorgeous and quirky into your home. A delightful selection of gifts, from the heart of the country straight to your door.
Rent your little ones wardrobe from newborn to four years!
At Roundabout Rental we offer an easy peasy, sustainable way for you to dress your children. We provide versitile, seasonally co-ordinated organic cotton bundles of clothing in a simple rental box, delivered straight to your door. Exchange for a fresh bundle at any time.
We’re delighted to be working with some of the best ethical children’s clothing brands out there: Kite, Little Green Radicals, Duns Sweden, The Simple Folk to name just a few. You will have access to all of these wonderful clothes throughout baby and toddlerhood and you’ll be saving money in the long term as opposed to buying new.
Say goodbye to fast fashion, don’t waste any more time sorting through mountains of hand-me-downs, no more wondering what to do with piles of out grown clothes. The Roundabout Rental Company brings joy, ease and a little organisation to the grownups of the under 4's!
Though clothing rental we are taking the lead to innovate and change the way we enjoy fashion for the better.
Rent and relax!
Extra Virgin Olive Oil Direct (EVOOD) delivers the finest quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil to your door. We source our oil direct from oil mills in Spain and Portugal. All oil is of the highest possible quality.
We supply our oil in 2L and 5L PET containers which reduces packaging. This also means you are paying for the exceptional quality of our oil and not a fancy bottle. Store your oil under the stairs and then fill up your exclusive super smart EVOOD glass bottle (free with all subscriptions) for use everyday in the kitchen.
Simply subscribe to the appropriate size bottle and we will deliver it to you on a regular basis. Extra Virgin Olive Oil has many proven health benefits both in the kitchen and in a multitude of other uses. Find out more with our short format festival exclusive Ebook - The Secret Life of Olive Oil.
Field & Found are a sustainable apparel and workwear brand. Their linen and canvas dungarees, aprons and dresses are handmade at their off-grid studio in Herefordshire. They also offer a range of covetable hats and accessories made from the finest of natural materials. Their contemporary take on classic British workwear combines quality fabrics with great workmanship to create beautiful, functional utility clothing for the kitchen, garden, home and outdoors.
Brilliant vodka that bends rules and blurs boundaries. These naturally flavoursome spirits have a truly sustainable conscience, with each ingredient picked from the ancient orchards preserved at Gattertop dating back to the Doomsday Book in 1086. With outstanding international recognition for taste, their Botanic No 7 scored in the top four in the world in 2021 with the IWSC. These award-winning vodkas are available to sample and buy at Hay Festival.
Greenpeace works to defend the natural world and promote peace by investigating, exposing and confronting environmental abuse, and championing environmentally responsible solutions. Visit their stand for a virtual 360° experience of the Antarctic – showing these incredible landscapes in their fragile beauty and why they so desperately need protecting.
greenpeace.co.uk | 020 7865 8100
Hannibal Brown offers artisan wines from all over the world, with an emphasis on organic and ethical winemaking, including a range of vegan wines. Visit their stand and discover their unique literary theme, only available at Hay Festival. Hannibal Brown also provides a bespoke label design and personalisation service; using your photos, images or company logos, they will design you a wine label on the wine of your choice. This service is available while you wait. Hay Festival visitors can take advantage of a special Festival discounted rate. Hannibal Brown delivers nationwide daily and worldwide with no minimum order requirement. All of their wines are available to try before you buy throughout the Festival.
The much-loved Hay delicatessen and purveyor of wholefoods, organic, local and specialist produce comes to the Festival site this year. Also to be found at 41 Lion Street, Hay-on-Wye.
The Herefordshire Guild of Craftsmen is a co-operative not for profit group of skilled artists and designer craft workers who exhibit collectively at various events. Members produce a wide range of contemporary and traditional work in a variety of media. All members of the Guild are based in and around the beautiful county of Herefordshire.
www.herefordcraftguild.org.uk | email@example.com | 01432 769 543
Jason Jones Jewellery is a tight knit team of talented artisans working together in a small workshop, on the idyllic coast of North Devon. Every piece is created with love and care and finished by hand to give you a personal piece of art to cherish for a lifetime. Jason’s signature ‘Organic’ style flows naturally , giving each piece of jewellery a life of its own. Come along to the stall where you can see the running Workshop and meet the makers. All work comes with complementary fitting and sizing.
07980 234 857 | @jasonjonesjewellery
Award-winning Ludlow gins are lovingly distilled in handmade copper stills ‘Joy’ and ‘Felicity’ by artisan distiller Shaun Ward. Delicate and fragrant natural botanicals, including locally foraged gorse, are skilfully distilled with the finest spirit. The handcrafted gins are available to sample at Hay Festival; they’re even gluten-free and vegan friendly.
www.ludlowgin.co.uk | firstname.lastname@example.org
Moorcourt Fruit are a local Herefordshire fruit farm who specialise in producing premium stone and soft fruit. This year they bring their freshly picked seasonal strawberries to the Festival.
Visit the Oxfam Bookshop on the Festival site – you’ll find it packed with great books, cards and CDs. From contemporary fiction to history, cookery to children’s titles, they’ve got it covered. Better still, every purchase helps fight poverty now and beat it for good.
“For a man to know where he is going, it is important that he remembers where he came from”. Visit The Origin Panama – a cultural exhibition of Panama natives and their creative arts.
Prospect is an independent and authoritative monthly magazine that publishes thoughtful debates and in-depth analysis on current affairs, the economy, politics and the arts to understand our changing world. What are the implications of cancel culture? Why was the West doomed to lose in Afghanistan? Have your questions debated, explored and answered with Prospect magazine.
New journals made out of old books! Rebound Books upcycles old, unwanted books into sketchbooks, diaries and journals. Their unique notebooks are handmade in Brecon. Their workshop supports adults with all levels of ability, working together to develop their own unique talents. Rebound Books is part of the L’Arche Brecon community, whose federation extends across the globe.
The songbirds and music makers we love are at risk of falling silent: join staff on the RSPB stand to find out how we can all shape a future where wildlife can thrive. Will you help to support a conservation movement?
Sabbara is a social enterprise that supports Syrian refugee women living in the camps in Lebanon and Syria to lift themselves and their families out of poverty, heal through making, form new communities and find pride in the beautiful objects that they create. Sabbara is part of Makani, an organisation that works with refugee women to find freedom and confidence through arts and opportunity. Makani runs powerful theatre and arts projects that give displaced women a platform, provide opportunities for healing and raise awareness of refugee and women’s rights.
The Fabled Thread offers beautiful embroidery kits and hand-painted picture frames. Each of the folk art inspired designs tells its own story in rich colours and patterns, enabling you to create a piece of art worthy of a spot on your wall for years to come. All the kits are accessible to beginners, so whether you are new to embroidery or an experienced stitcher, stitch your story with The Fabled Thread.
Thermomix showcases the latest innovation in home cooking, demonstrating how versatile and effortless home cooking really is and serving up dishes from some of the 60,000+ mouth-watering recipes available on their very own recipe archives Cookidoo®! Stop by at their stand for a free demonstration. Special Hay Festival customer offer available on purchase of TM6.
British makers of beautiful fire pits, artisan tools and accessories. Fire pits designed for entertaining with sturdy grills and cooking pans; practically made to convert into a stunning table when not lit.
Artisan tools and accessories for real fires made from sustainable materials and handcrafted by local traditional craftspeople including bellows, log baskets, fire irons and storm lanterns.
thewoodee.com | 01981 550 524 | 07553 361 864 | email@example.com
TooFar Media publishes provocative stories for the eyes, ears and imagination by Rich Shapero. Find all his novels on the TooFar Media app. Come discover more at their Craft Reader Gallery on site at Hay Festival 2022 or visit toofarmedia.com
Wales in 360°. This immersive experience brings Wales – its people, places and products – to life. A showcase of sights and sounds, giving Hay Festival audiences the opportunity to get to know Wales a little bit better.
wales.com | @walesdotcom
The Woodland Trust creates havens for nature and people with trees. As Hay Festival-goers you can do your bit by taking one of their free trees home to plant. Visit the stand on site to claim yours and have a chat about joining as a member. There are craft activities to keep little ones busy, a giant ancient tree to explore and you might even meet Keith the Leaf!
Founded in 1961, WWF is the world’s leading independent conservation organisation working in more than 100 countries to create solutions to the most important environmental challenges facing the planet so that people and nature can thrive. Their work centres around restoring wildlife, sustaining forests and oceans and reducing carbon emissions.