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1st - 4th August 2024

Valley Fest wouldn’t be able to run without its partners. Primarily our key partner, Yeo Valley. They help to oil the cogs of this party machine, they bring areas to the festival which we couldn’t do alone and, most importantly, they are all decent human beings striving to make this planet a better and tastier one. You can read all about their wonderful work below.

Yeo Valley

Yeo Valley, a family farm in Somerset. They make organic yogurt, milk, butter, and lots more besides. You’ll no doubt recognise tasty products in fridges up and down the country. They’ve been farming for 25 years – you can read their fascinating story – from humble beginnings to now a major mooover (ahem) on the dairy dancefloor.

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Boundless Gut Happy Snacking

Meet Boundless, the brand on a mission to get the nation gut happy! We make activated snacks to leave you & your gut feeling good. Always activated, loaded with gut friendly fibre and packed with flavour to get your tastebuds celebrating every crunch. 

Ever heard of good food = a good mood?
It all starts from within! With a little activated TLC, a happy gut = a happy mind & body.

It’s good mood food.

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Aldwick Estate

When it comes to producing high-quality, award-winning wine, Aldwick Estate is thriving in England’s fast-growing wine scene. A proudly independent and family run business, our vision is to continue to create truly exceptional wine. Never resting on our laurels, we’ve been farming a little pocket of land nestled at the foot of the Mendips for over a century and in 2008 we planted our first vines. These vines (and others) have been growing fabulously ever since, as have we. 

Home to a full portfolio of English wine, we hope to inspire and encourage the celebration of English wine, with our dynamic whites, fruity reds, signature pinks, and fine fizz. To learn more about our current vintages visit our wine storeor alternatively a warm, friendly welcome awaits you at the Estate, so if you fancy discovering more about the world of English viticulture our vineyard tour & tasting experience is an absolute must.


Truespeed is a multi-award winning broadband provider, serving thousands of customers in the South West and beyond. By understanding the power of community, Truespeed works in partnership with people and businesses to deliver ultrafast networks with packages for everyone and provides free connections for schools and village halls.


Based down the road in Sandford, Somerset, the Thatchers family have been crafting and perfecting cider since 1904.

From the individual apple varieties we use, to the knowledge we have gained over four generations to make beautiful ciders that are bursting with flavour, we take great care to stay true to our roots. Only the best will do, so you know that with each glass of Thatchers the quality is the same, every time.

We craft a range of ciders, including our smooth and golden Thatchers Gold, our naturally cloudy Thatchers Haze and the sweet and vibrant Thatchers Rosé made from rosy-red eating apples. New this year is our sweet and juicy Thatchers Blood Orange, crafted with juicy eating apples and bursting with natural blood orange flavour.


Bristol born and made to stand out, Butcombe Brewing Co. began life at a time of cultural, social and political change, crafting beer before ‘craft beer’ was even a thing.

You see, at that time, no one was risking it all starting a brewery, making simple, premium, easy-drinking ale. To do so was an act of defiance. Or madness. But, 44 years and a lot of hard graft later, by staying true to our beliefs and Bristolian roots, it looks like owning a resolutely maverick brewing company isn’t such a crazy idea after all. By going against the grain, to work intimately with it, we made our own statement with every pint. And what was true then is just as important today.

Our passion for great beer extends to our passion for great pubs. Located across the South and South West of England, Butcombe Pubs & Inns are an independent, eclectic bunch with a focus on award-winning food and drink, and creating truly memorable experiences.


 Weleda have been caring for soil – aka “the skin of the earth’ – for over a century, organically or biodynamically growing the plants used to make its iconic natural health and beauty products. From biodynamic farming and cultivation to honest, fair partnerships, Weleda has set the standard for ethical business, and its commitment to sustainability is recognised in B Corp certification and UEBT (Union for Ethical Biotrade) certification for sourcing with respect.

There are now seven medicinal Weleda plant gardens and 50 sourcing projects across the world and in 2022, Weleda supported an additional 20 sustainable soil projects with a total of € 350,000 to take action against the global soil crisis together with soil experts, activists and non-profits.