We want to see as many of you as possible at the UK's biggest Real Bread get together since 2015, so for two days only, we’re slicing 25% off full event tickets!
BATCH: South West is your chance to meet, learn from and share with Real Bread experts, and others who share your passion for delicious, nutritious local loaves.
You only have from 10am on Tuesday 15 May to 10am this Thursdsday, 17 May to buy a ticket for just £30 - this includes all talks, demos, lunch and evening feast around the bonfire!
We have just added to the bill Dilly Boase, founder of the hugely popular Madeleine’s bakery in Monmouth, who’ll be sharing her experience of baking with lower protein flours.
Dilly joins the fab flour arrangers already lined up:
Mark Bennett: The Baking Industry Awards has honoured him with Baker of The Year and Craft Business Awards, he’s picked up more World Bread Awards than you can eat, and his team ruled the southern finals of Britain’s Best Bakery on ITV, so chances are Mark has a gem or two to pass on…as he frequently does at Brook Food’s school.
Duncan Glendinning: You might have seen our Duncan (we say ‘our’ as he’s a Campaign ambassador) on the box, somehow cramming in appearances on several BBC TV shows around founding, running and baking at the Thoughtful Bread Company in Bath. We've asked him to run a clay/cob oven building workshop...
Adam Pagor: Also a regular tutor at Brook Food, Adam brings with him a wealth of experience harvested from running the sourdough-powered Season microbakery in Greenwich.
Emma Parkin: One of the many Campaign supporters who moved on from ‘normal’ jobs to craft a career in Real Bread baking, Emma has run a successful bakery in Exeter since 2004.
Chris Young: True Loaf magazine editor, Slow Dough: Real Bread author, World Bread Awards, Scottish Bread Championships and Great Taste Awards judge, Chris will be sharing some of the overview he’s gained having coordinated the Real Bread Campaign for the past nine years, and look ahead to the next decade.
Real Bread Campaign
Real Bread Campaign: The Real Bread Campaign finds and shares ways to make bread better for us, better for our communities and better for the planet. Whether your interest is local food, community-focussed small enterprises, honest labelling, therapeutic baking, or simply tasty toast, everyone is invited to become a Campaign supporter.
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