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Jordans Mill, a local heritage site in Biggleswade, are supporting this year’s international real bread campaign and encouraging people to start making their own bread at home.
Real Bread Week, which runs from the 23rd February to 3rd March is an annual celebration of additive-free breadmaking.
The site will be hosting a ‘Best Home Loaf’ competition on Facebook and one lucky winner will receive a baking hamper.
The Jordan Trust will be launching its annual festive trail for kids and it will run from the 7th – 30th December 18.
Elf-hunters will be able to go on a journey around the gardens and meadow at the historical landmark site to find the naughty Jordans Elf who has gone missing from the North Pole. Children can follow the clues on the trail to help find out what naughtiness this cheeky Elf’s has been up too.
The Jordans Trust, a local Mill Museum in Bedfordshire will be holding its first children’s haunting Halloween tours during half term.
Picture provided by Tony Darnell
The event will run from the 23rd – 27th October at 10.00am or 1.00pm and takes children through the spooktastic tales of years gone by.
JORDANS Mill will be holding its second free family culture and history Heritage Open Day on Saturday, 8th September at their Victorian Mill museum.
The event, which will be held in the Victorian Mill museum runs from 10am – 4pm and will take place at the historical site on Langford Road in Biggleswade.
As part of National Allotments Week, Jordans Mill have created a new section within their gardens for small space and container gardening to try and encourage local people to eat healthier and grow more fruits and vegetables.
Photograph supplied by Tony Darnell - Jenny Osborne, Head Gardener
6th July 2018
Green fingered children from Garden City Academy have found room to grow a range of vegetables from seeds in their allotment after a donation from the Jordans Trust in Biggleswade.
The Year 1 to 6 pupils visited the historical site and its unique food and flower gardens to present a collage of vegetables and fruits which the class had all grown from seed and then taken home to eat with their families.
4th June 2018
A local museum and visitor attraction in Biggleswade is appealing for volunteers.
The Jordans Trust part of Jordans Mill is looking for people to fill volunteer regular roles at the historical venue.
Picture left to right Paul Steves and Richard Barker
At the visitor site, the volunteer department has roles that include helping in the conservation gardens, supporting children’s activities, reception, tour guides and stewards. We also offer bespoke roles for people with specific interests or skills.
20th February 2018
Jordan Mill, a local visitor attraction in Biggleswade will be celebrating this year's Real Bread Week (24th February – 4th March) with a Real Bread Demo and tour workshop.
The live interactive workshop will be held at the Mill on the 24th February from 10.00am - 3.00pm and will show people the way to dough and how create the perfect bread.
Launched in 2009 and run each year the Real Bread Campaign, celebrates additive-free loaves and the people who make them.