What are Bread Clubs? – Bread Clubs are generally a social activity where enthusiasts meet to bake bread together while sharing resources, experience, skills and knowledge
Bread clubs can also function as micro-businesses where members pool resources, bulk bake and sell or share out the bread to extended members or subscribers.
Some Bread Clubs are home based while others use outside facilities such as underused commercial kitchens, community or school kitchens.
Why start or join a Bread Club?
Real Bread is expensive to buy but inexpensive to make
Making bread together is a nourishing, rewarding and fun activity which helps us to improve our general cookery skills and confidence.
Regular meetings encourage social interaction which builds trust and friendships
Bread Clubs fundamentally help tackle food access, affordability and social isolation issues
Next Bread Club Training – 20, 21, 22 October – Lewes Community Kitchen
- Learn how to make a portfolio of delicious breads and baked goods
- Improve your cookery, baking, planning and business skills
- Join a Bread Club or get support in setting up your own
- Meet new people – Learn, bake and eat together
Includes lunch, refreshments, recipes and lots of bread to take home.
Cost £300 – Subsidized places are limited, please contact us directly to see if you are eligible
To book your place click here