The Real Bread Campaign is part of Sustain: The alliance for better food and farming.
It is funded by membership fees, donations and charitable grants.
There are many ways to connect with Real Bread Campaign members and our wider supporter network.
You don't need to be a baker to join the Real Bread Campaign!
For details of why and how to become a member of the only national organisation fighting for better bread in Britain and finding ways to make it better for us, better for our communities and better for the planet, click here
The Real Bread Finder is the UK’s only dedicated online directory of local supplies of the real thing. If you bake what we define as Real Bread, click here so we can help you to help people find it.
The Internet makes it easier than ever to make contact with people around Britain (and the world) who share your interests, passions and concerns. Connect with Real Bread Campaign members, other supporters and the Campaign coordinator at:
The Real Bread Campaign is the organisation leading the way in championing many bread-related interests in the UK including:
The Campaign's coordinator Chris Young is happy to answer questions on these issues, the Campaign and anything the state of bread in Britain in general.
You can contact Chris by email in the Sustain office: chris [at] sustainweb.org he can also be reached via Twitter
Sadly we only have enough dough to employ Chris from Monday to Thursday at the moment,
NB Ours is a small charity with limited resources. If we are able to help you with your work, then please help us with ours by always crediting the Real Bread Campaign and where possible including a link to www.realbreadcampaign.org
If you would like to receive selected media releases about our work, please drop chris a line and include details of the publication/programme for which you work and your area(s) of interest (e.g. food, health, environment, community).
You might also be interested in some of our Real Bread images on flickr. Many are subject only to a Creative Commons share-alike license but please contact us if you have any rights questions. if you need a print resolution version of these, Chris can help.
Beyond the all-important baking bit, have you done any of the following in the name of the Real Bread Campaign but haven’t yet let us know the details?
If so, please drop us an email to let us know the details so we can use your story to help inspire more bakers to follow suit.
If not done any of these things, would you like to?
As well as becoming a Campaign member and baking and buying Real Bread, could you support the cause in other ways?
We'd also love to hear from people who are already working towards the same aims as the Real Bread Campaign. To help us learn from your experiences and share your knowledge with others, we especially would like to hear from you if you are doing any of the following:
If this sounds like you, please email us: realbread [at] sustainweb.org
Please have a look around this site as answers to the majority of questions that we're asked are here somewhere. Our search facility is designed to help you find them.
If you still have bready questions, our members and supporters are often the best people in the country to answer them. To find ways of making contact with them, click here.
If you still need to contact the Campaign coordinator, please email:
realbread [at] sustainweb.org
NB Despite being a national organisation with hundreds of members thousands more supporters, at present we are only able to employ one member of staff part time, so please bear in mind that replies might take a few days.
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