Brighouse 1940s Weekend 2017

Join us on 3rd and 4th June at Brighouse’s fabulous 1940s weekend.

We’ll be baking our bread in the traditional way, and bringing it down to the stall throughout the each morning. You’ll have to be quick though if you want it warm from the oven…..

 

Brighouse Spring Market

We will be at the Brighouse Spring Market on 29th and 30th April.
 
On Saturday, find us on Commercial St with a stall full of warm bread, including sourdoughs and flavoured focaccias.
 
On Sunday the Tour de Yorkshire whizzes through Brighouse. Come to the stall to buy flour and breadmaking equipment, plus the chance to enter our competition linked to a very special bike. We will also be sharing a special discount code for our breadmaking classes.

Halifax Food Assembly – buy from local food producers

We’re now part of Halifax’s Food Assembly. Join and you can order from your local food producers. Currently the range on offer includes meat, dairy, vegetables, ready meals and obviously our fabulous freshly baked bread.

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.

 

 

October

Saturday 8 – We host our monthly knit and natter, in our social space in the bakery. Run by Elaine of BaaBaaBrighouse, it’s a friendly and welcoming small group of local knitters, and crocheters, and even some sewers have popped along.

Wednesdays throughout October – Order by Monday evening and then collect your bread order, via Food Assembly in Halifax, between 4 – 6pm at Food Assembly, Halifax

PS don’t forget our social space is open every Saturday morning 10 – 12. There’s coffee and tea available and some bread to toast. Why not pop in, with a friend (not obligatory!) and enjoy a coffee and some toast. All we ask is that you consider leaving a donation.

September

Sunday 4 – We’re at Stirley Farm Food Festival. Carole will be demonstrating and discussing bread making, and will have some of our loaves available for sale.

Saturday 10 – We host our monthly knit and natter, in our social space in the bakery. Run by Elaine of BaaBaaBrighouse, it’s a friendly and welcoming small group of local knitters, and crocheters, and even some sewers have popped along.

Saturday 17 – Ravenscliffe Special School, Halifax are hosting a farmer’s market. We’ve got a stall and will be selling a range of breads.

Saturday 24 – the Maker’s Market at Black Dyke Mills in Queensbury returns, and we’ll be there again, selling our range of breads, from sourdoughs to our best selling cheese, chilli and onion bread.

Sunday 25 – It’s Holmfirth Food Festival. We have a stall selling our bread, come along to buy, and say hello.

Wednesdays throughout September – Order by Monday evening and then collect your bread order, via Food Assembly in Halifax, between 4 – 6pm at Food Assembly, Halifax

PS don’t forget our social space is open every Saturday morning 10 – 12. There’s coffee and tea available and some bread to toast. Why not pop in, with a friend (not obligatory!) and enjoy a coffee and some toast. All we ask is that you consider leaving a donation.