Find (and add) details of local events on our Real Bread calendar
The annual international celebration of genuine sourdough and people who make it
Real Bread Week
The annual, international celebration of additive-free loaves and the people who make them. 18 to 26 February 2023
Real Bread The Uprising: 2015
Real Bread The Uprising invites domestic, community, therapeutic and professional bakers and all non-baking dough nuts to hear from leading Real Bread bakers; meet and chat with fellow breadheads; and share ideas, information and lunch.
Real Bread Week 2014-15
Archive page of activities in Real Bread Week 2014 and 2015
Real Bread Maker Week 2013
An archive of events and special offers people arranged for Real Bread Maker Week 2013.
Real Bread Maker Week 2012
This page is an archive of events and special offers people arranged in support of the Real Bread Campaign.
Real Bread Maker Week 2011
Archive page of Real Bread Maker Week 2011.
Real Bread Maker Week 2010
Activities for Real Bread Maker Week 2010.
Bake Your Lawn - wheat diaries
Updates from schools learning how to grow it, mill it, bake it, eat it, as part of the Real Bread Campaign's Bake Your Lawn scheme.
From Crop to Crust 2011
Farmers, millers, bakers and food-lovers came together to share their skills, knowledge and enthusiasm at this conference.
Real Bread get together 2013
On 24 January 2013 join Real Bread Campaign members and friends at The School of Artisan Food for an informal, convivial, free afternoon of looking back on our achievements so far and forwards to the future.
Local Loaves for Lammas 2011
On 1st August, Real Bread Campaign supporters across the land bake and enjoy Local Loaves for Lammas.
Local Loaves for Lammas 2010
Archive of local events from the Real Bread Campaign's Local Loaves for Lammas 2010.
Local Loaves for Lammas 2009
Some of the events that took place around the UK on and around 1st August 2009 as part of Local Loaves for Lammas, organised by the 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.