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What are your Real Bread Campaign 10th anniversary plans?

The Campaign turns ten in 2018 and we’re encouraging supporters around the world to organise events to mark this milestone.

We’ll be focussing our efforts during Real Bread Week, Sourdough September and the anniversary itself on 26 November, but welcome people joining in with their own Real Bread Campaign anniversary events throughout the year.

Of particular interest are larger local/regional gatherings for fifty or more Real Bread Campaign supporters and friends to come together to nibble and natter; a place to share stories, ideas and skills.

We’d also love to see, and help Campaign supporters to promote, similar-sized events at which local people can discover or learn more about Real Bread, the people who make it, and the obstacles to its rise.

Campaign supporter notes on event planning

Once you have a draft plan, please email a short outline of the the basic details to Campaign HQ for feedback: realbread at sustainweb dot org

Please include:

  • Where and when you plan to hold it
  • Whether it’s an evening, all day or multiple day event
  • Who its for (eg supporters/friends, families, kids, local people...) and how many
  • Format/elements (eg speakers and Q&A, workshops, demos, market stalls, info stall, meal/nibbles, networking, tasting, baking competition etc.)
  • Any partners (eg local organisations or food/drink producers)

Anyone running a Real Bread event is always welcome to add finalised details to this calendar.


26/10/2017
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