There is a shop at Lammas selling ecovillage produce. It is open from 10.30am til 3.30pm every Saturday from April to September (tying in with the guided tours). In addition you can use the links below to buy produce online:
These products are made in small handmade batches to enhance quality and nutritional value. Fruit and herbs are grown and produced in harmony with nature as far as possible. That is, the produce is grown without chemical inputs as close to natural systems as possible.
Products include fruit vinegars, pumpkin preserves and calendula soaps.
Click here for more details
Flower Power Organics – Artisan skincare
Flower Power Organics, an organic artisan skincare company lovingly created by Hoppi Wimbush, is part of a growing industry dedicated to providing natural, pure and wholesome care for skin. All the flowers and herbs in her formulations are grown in her beautiful Herbarie at the Lammas Ecovillage. Hoppi uses fairtrade, organic oils wherever possible and beeswax from her lovely local welsh beekeeper. Every product is made completely from scratch by hand using solar and hydro power. Come and browse her website which is full of free skincare recipes, hoppi’s blog, photos of Lammas life, as well as her online shop, or visit and like the “Flower Power Organics” facebook page.
Willow baskets & sculptures
Made by Cassandra Lishman
Click here for more details from the Plas Helyg website
‘I am a 17 year old artist that lives at the Lammas Eco-Village in West Wales. I have been drawing since a young age and my art has been inspired by the wonderful nature that I see around me everyday, especially the many unique and beautiful birds that are native to my local area.
To buy a hand drawn card printed on recycled paper please go to my Etsy shop – RowanCards
Other Ecovillage products
Living in the Future dvd
Following the hugely successful internet mini series on Lammas, Undercurrents have produced this 60 minute documentary that looks at how life has been for the ecovillage pioneers as they have endeavoured to create a new lifestyle for themselves in West Wales.
The film is both light-hearted and moving, funny and serious – but most importantly it takes a good look at the reality beyond the dream.
The Birth of an Ecovillage Book
From the tribal anarchy of Tipi Valley through to the ordered structure of Brithdir Mawr, this book charts the roots of the Lammas Ecovillage project. It explores the many contributing elements and opposing forces behind the creation of a pioneering settlement that empowers people to recreate their relationship with the natural world.
Paul Wimbush shares his truth in an epic journey spanning two decades and provides a rare insight into the world of alternative communities in South-West Wales. It is a story of vision and hope that describes an emerging land-based culture growing in strength and power.
Click here to buy a book : £7.00 from Feedaread publisher
Click here to buy an e-book : £4.10 from Amazon
Wild by Design
Wild by Design is a mini design toolkit to inspire creative solutions for people to live in harmony with nature
This booklet is about the integration of the land and people at our smallholding, Berllan Dawel, part of the Lammas ecovillage in West Wales. It aims to give an introduction and an inspiration to living more sustainably.
The booklet includes tips on how to get started with a patch of land and making sound choices for ourselves and the wild potential of the landscape. With plenty of colour and photos, it has design summaries for a small house; kitchen and forest gardens; grazing and firewood and a land based livelihood.
Packed with ideas for how we can create resilience and live more in harmony with the earth, the booklet also looks at permaculture solutions to meeting the basic human needs of shelter; water; food and energy.
Click here to buy: £7.10 in the UK