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The Real Baker-e is on the move

The Real Bread Campaign supporters’ forum is moving to Facebook.

Public domain (You try to find a copyright free photo that says 'online meeting place for bread lovers'...)

Public domain (You try to find a copyright free photo that says 'online meeting place for bread lovers'...)

Earlier this year, we asked Real Bread Campaign supporters whether we should continue to run The Real Baker-e forum and, if so, on which platform.

The result is…

We're moving to Facebook.

If you're a current Campaign supporter, please do come and find your fellow supporters there.

It's the place for you and your fellow supporters to ask for, and share, ideas and information. It's also where we post details of funding opportunities and certain other supporter-only content and messages.

Not a supporter at the moment? Then please do JOIN US!


More of our supporters said Facebook than suggested all other platforms put together. It's not the perfect tool for the job and it won't suit everyone, but nothing else ticked both of those boxes, either.

You might also have seen that Yahoo Groups is in the process of winding down.

Other options

You can, of course, connect with your fellow Real Breadheads on Twitter and Instagram, and you might well have found other virtual places in which they lurk.

We’re working to find people to help us create more opportunities to meet face to face in 2020.
If you might be able to host and help us organise an event, please get in touch.


Published 29 Oct 2019

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