Shopping at the Festival
We welcome many colourful shopping stalls at this years festival including Afrocentric, Mr Les, Mosaic, Lalita’s Wardrobe, Mehnndi henna designs by Nadia, Mudeka Tribe, local crafts and many more.
"Lalita and her playmates work up the dreamiest designs with tailors in Rajasthan India to bring you a series of one off wonders, each for a different scene of play.
Blending her mixed heritage into each contemporary design. She seeks antique recycled sari fabrics as her treasure and champions the revival of traditional hand crafted textile printing techniques known as Block Print.
She creates shape for contemporary audiences whilst honouring tradition and craft. Her mission is to inspire more kindness, community and sustainability into the hands of all who cross her path.
Lalita is an emerging independent designer spreading fresh, vibrant colour palettes, hypnotic pattern and 100% positive vibes across the globe.
Donating to grassroots projects and fundraising for Mission Oxygen and other charity's Lalita gives a little back to those who need it most.”
Mehndi By Nadia
'Mehndi By Nadia is a local favourite, who has spent the last 12 years making her passion into a career. From the very finest organic henna leaves to the most detailed designs, Nadia pours love into every single element. She makes her own natural henna paste and creates traditional or contemporary mehndi designs freehand to your bespoke requirements. Make sure you leave time to experience her exquisite artistry and inviting stall.'
Call out to all young interprenuers, we are so excited this year to introduce littleprenuers tent, encouraging young people aged 7-14 years to bring their own handmade crafts to sale. If you know of a young person showing early signs of a business and creative mind and making their own crafts please contact us to book a space at email@example.com