Please send your feedback, photos and suggestions for next year.
As part of our charity's monitoring and evaluation, we need to keep a track of how well our initiatives are working.
More than 50 events were added to our calendar and our awareness-raising work generated more than 5000 social media posts from at least 50 countries but we're sure this is just a fraction of the action!
So - how was it for YOU?
As part of our #WeAreRealBread initiative to highlight the many and varied faces behind the rise of Real Bread, we've created a gallery of photos from Sourdough September.
If you'd be happy for us to publish your photo in the gallery, or perhaps elsewhere, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
This can be just you, people in a class you've attended/run (with the permission of people in the pix) or memebers of your bakery's team. Ideally, we want to see photos of people doing stuff, but your #sourdoughselfie is good, too.
(Please make sure your photo is square and at least 800 x 800 pixels, or 3x2 format and at least 1200 x 800 pixels)
If you have any suggestions for next year's Sourdough September or Real Bread Week (particularly something you feel we could ask all bakeries and baking schools in our network to do) please let us know.
And remember - sourdough's not just for September.
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