Bread Matters ran the first ever Baking for Community course in 2009, since when the idea of community-supported baking has begun to take off in the UK. One of its strengths is the diversity of business models that it encompasses. On this occasion, participants originated from Scotland, Nigeria, Brittany and England and the projects envisaged ranged from baking with prisoners in Alabama USA to the student community in Stirling, Scotland. The course mixes baking, thinking and planning, alternating intensive baking sessions with theoretical work and discussion. The climax sees small groups plan a production run and present their fully costed final product to the others. It's both instructive and fun - as you can see.



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Baking for Community, 5-8 Feb 2014

Baking for Community, 5-8 Feb 2014

Baking for Community, 5-8 Feb 2014

Baking for Community, 5-8 Feb 2014

Baking for Community, 5-8 Feb 2014

Baking for Community, 5-8 Feb 2014

Baking for Community, 5-8 Feb 2014

Baking for Community, 5-8 Feb 2014

Baking for Community, 5-8 Feb 2014

Baking for Community, 5-8 Feb 2014

Baking for Community, 5-8 Feb 2014

Baking for Community, 5-8 Feb 2014

Baking for Community, 5-8 Feb 2014

Baking for Community, 5-8 Feb 2014

Baking for Community, 5-8 Feb 2014

Baking for Community, 5-8 Feb 2014

Baking for Community, 5-8 Feb 2014

Baking for Community, 5-8 Feb 2014

Baking for Community, 5-8 Feb 2014

Baking for Community, 5-8 Feb 2014

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