Please send us your stories, snaps and suggestions.
The Real Bread Campaign is run by a charity and so it’s important that we can show our trustees, current and potential supporters, and potential funders that people benefit from our work and how valuable it is.
Did you run an event/activity, or take part in one (including simply baking at home)?
If so, please click here by Sunday 8 March 2020 to let us know what you did, who (including you) benefitted and how.
If you spotted any media coverage we missed, please let us know.
Would you be happy for us to publish a baker-in-action photo (or one of you proudly holding Real Bread you made) taken in Real Bread Week?
If so, please email your photo(s), with a note of the copyright holder to credit (if you took it, that’ll be you) to us.
You might also want to post it on social media using our #RealBread and #WeAreRealBread hashtags.
Share your story
If making bread has helped you face, or overcome, a challenge in life at any time and you’d be happy to tell your story, click here for details.
Have we missed where YOUR country?
We saw Real Bread Week being enjoyed in:
Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Denmark, England, Finland, Germany, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Scotland, Singapore, Spain, Sri Lanka, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, USA, Wales…
Did you celebrate it somewhere else? Please let us know, either on social media or by email.
Please support us
Help Sustain to keep running Real Bread Week, and everything else we do in one or more of these ways:
- Doughnate £10 or whatever you feel
- Buy a t-shirt, mug, apron, recipe book or dough scorer
- Join the Real Bread Campaign
...and if you think you are a Campaign supporter (we don't have members) already, PLEASE login to double-check your support is up to date.
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