Wednesday Night Bread Club

Starts Wednesday 7 September 7pm – Wednesday Night Bread Club

Join us for Wednesday Night Bread Club – a 4 week programme of informal breadmaking. This block will run on 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th September, 7pm – 9pm.

Supervised by (at least) one of our team, be part of this small group and access our recipes, resources, ingredients and experiences to have a go at breadmaking. Share your results and expand your bread baking knowledge..

All ingredients and equipment provided.

Cost: £45 Book Online

New Workshop Dates Available

We’ve updated our website with workshops from now until December – from Real Bread Basics and Filled and Flavoured Breads to Pork Pie making, there really is something for everyone!

We also have a new event planned for the autumn – Friday Drop in Bake, look out for details on twitter, facebook and our website. Book online.

For dates and availability of all our current workshops visit our website

Junior Bread Club

Looking forward to meeting our new young bakers over the summer.

All of our children’s workshops are currently sold out, however we will be offering more in the Autumn. Check out our facebook page, twitter feed and website to keep up to date.

Food Assembly in Halifax

We’re now also part of Halifax’s Food Assembly.

It’s free to join, and is open for order collections every Wednesday 4 – 6pm where not only can you collect your order, but you have the opportunity to meet all the producers in person.

For further details on how you can take part can be found on the Food Assembly website.

Volunteering with Love Bread

We have a number of volunteering opportunities available including baking, helping at workshops, working on the market stall, business administration, marketing and more. Please get in touch to find out more.

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Knit and Natter with BaaBaaBrighouse

We host a monthly knit and natter session with BaaBaaBrighouse on the second Saturday of each month from 10am – 12noon. The knit and natterers are a friendly groups so why not come along to knit (or stitch) and enjoy a cuppa, toast and a chat in our social space. All welcome.

Community Hire and Social Events

Do you know that we hire out our community kitchen and social space to community and youth groups and food start ups?

Our community kitchen is a fully equipped kitchen suitable for any food based projects. The space can be set up for event catering, food production, running workshops, team building or private parties where you can learn to bake with your mates!

Our beautiful kitchen has multiple work surfaces, hobs, ovens, teaching area and break out space for drinks and somewhere to relax. We also have an outdoor pizza oven which is available for hire.

We offer special discount rates for start up food producers and community groups. As a not for profit organisation all hire fees are used to support our community work.

Get in contact to find out more and arrange a look around.

Traditional Breadmaking

All our loaves use a traditional ‘sponge and dough method’ using stoneground flour.

Our sponge and dough method is a simple  process, the sponge is made and allowed to ferment overnight and then the sponge is added when we mix the final dough. This gives the bread long fermentation time, a depth of flavour and a great texture.  We use the sponge and dough method in  our daily bake and also teach this method of breadmaking on our courses. If you want to know more – please ask when you’re next in the bakery.

May Special

Our May special will be a 100% Spelt and Honey loaf.

If you haven’t tried a spelt loaf before, Spelt flour is one of the most popular whole grain, non-wheat flours available. Spelt has been used since Roman times and has a lovely nutty flavour combined with a slight sweetness from the honey in the loaf.

Pop along to the bakery on a Saturday to try one for yourself.

New Course

We’re excited to be running a new course with Bread Education’s Rebecca Millson.

Rebecca  will teach a small group the theories and principles of plaiting and braiding enriched doughs. Making a Challah loaf and a Winston knot, this is an advanced workshop suitable for those who are confident with dough and would like to improve their shaping and styling skills. The workshop will be held on Sunday 19 June and you can  Book Online