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Teachers and cooks invited to attend Real Bread workshop

16 Jan 2012

Cooks working in schools, care homes, hospitals and prisons are being invited to attend the Square Food Foundation’s one-off workshop next month in support of the Real Bread Campaign’s Lessons in Loaf and On the Menu schemes.

Officially endorsed by Bristol City Council, the session, also aimed at teachers, is being run for the Campaign by Square Food Foundation's experienced team from 2-5pm in their brand-new purpose-built training kitchen at the Park in Knowle West on 21 February.

The workshop will cover basic Real Bread making skills, bread making in the classroom, and working bread making into a kitchen's schedule. Pabulum Catering will be on-hand to give advice about baking in a public sector kitchen. In support of the campaign's mission, Square Food Foundation is offering just 12 places at the discounted rate of only £25 (inc. VAT) per person, including cake and a cuppa.

Square Food Foundation's manager Claire Allen said: "Helping people in and around Bristol to bring real food back to the hearts of their local communities is what Square Food Foundation is all about. We're really excited to get behind the Campaign by sharing Real Bread making skills at our new home."

Chris Young of the Campaign added: "School children, hospital patients and other people fed from the taxes we all pay are some of the members of our society most in need of honest, unadulterated, nutritious food. It's great to have Square Food Foundation helping us to put Real Bread back in the classroom and on the menu."

Those wanting to register for a place needs to download the application form from the public sector page at and return it to the campaign before Friday 10 February.