Gordons Sweets

Everyone loves a traditional sweet shop. Last year Gordons Sweet was one of the favourite stalls and we are delighted that they are returning for 2018.

Gordons Sweets is a family run business that started in 2010. From the humble beginnings of Bethnal Green Market they are now an ever present fixture at some of the UK’s leading festivals including Glastonbury, Car Fest, Love Supreme, Isle of Wight plus many more including Lechlade!

They stock over two hundred jars of traditional sweets, handmade fudge, gourmet liquorice as well as fresh candy floss and Belgian Chocolate Marshmallows. With huge choices what’s not to love!



Karma Gear

Karma Gear started in 2012 with a love of music festivals, ethical fashion, travelling (particularly to Asia) and a desire to do a job that reflected those joys! With backgrounds in sociology and environmentalism, they are particularly committed to the environment, sustainability and social justice.

Karma Gear designs and makes their own unique handmade clothing and accessories inspired by music, travel and alternative cultures. Their products include ethical adult and children’s clothing and accessories, home décor and instrument cases and bags. Using sustainable, natural and recycled materials, alongside environmentally friendly natural dyes and processes to make their products. Most of the handmade items are made without the use of electricity and travel very few miles from farm to material manufacture to final product assembly. Karma Gear personally visit their suppliers in Nepal each year to work alongside them to design beautiful new products and to ensure working standards are kept high. They always pay a fair price to our suppliers and support them where necessary to build their businesses. We have always worked hard to ensure that our products are beneficial to the people and land of Nepal.

Every season they update their range with innovative designs and products. They have a very successful line made using waste fabrics and offcuts recycled into beautiful unique clothing. More hemp items are being developed with a gorgeous range of hemp instrument cases and bags. They have recently begun to use nettle fibres and are currently looking for ways to utilise this amazing sustainable material.

The stall is fun and colourful, as well as accessible for all – customer service is paramount. They are always on hand to explain about their products and pride themselves on their knowledge and transparency.



360 Media Studio

 Returning for their second year with their festival, dress up and party store. They provide a range of festival wigs, hats, inflatable's and glow sticks to make you look fabulous. 




As a Lechlade Festival regular Bagz-n-Bitz wherever possible offer products that are eco-friendly and made from renewable sources around the world. They import and deal direct with the people and women's charities who make them to ensure they get a fair and proper wage. All products are handmade and unique, and no two items are the same.



Mehndi Moments

Mehndi Moments will decorate to celebrate your time at Lechlade Festival! Returning now for a third year, Yvette a Professional Henna Artist prides herself in using an organic product that is 100% natural and safe. She creates 'free hand' designs including mandalas, hand bracelets and floral patterns with an influence of traditional henna designs.