There are plenty of ways you can help people to enjoy Real Bread (and maybe even raise dough for the Campaign) between 24 February and 4 March.
Even better if you team up with other small-batch food and drink producers and/or local good food organisations to make a real party of it.
You could organise a Real Bread:
...or simply add a Real Bread Week loaf to your specials board.
We run this as a major opportunity for Real Bread bakeries and microbakeries to promote what they do locally, so please seize the dough!
Simple or spectacular
The bigger the better…but then again, small is beautiful.
Whether you're a professional or amateur baker, you teach Real Bread making or don’t bake at all, we want you to get involved in a way that works for you and, if you run one, your business.
Whatever you get up to, let local TV, radio, newspaper, website and other media folk know, and please say that you’re doing it in support of the Real Bread Campaign.
We want all Real Bread Campaign supporters who run bakeries and microbakeries to splash the Real Bread Week logo about wherever relevant and possible.
Please login and download it to use in:
…and point people to realbreadcampaign.org
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