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.


Sandy Boyd, Centre Manager for Jordans Mill said: “We are really excited to be offering our Bread demo and tour.

“Baking bread from scratch is one of the most therapeutic things you can do, and so is eating what you bake.”

“We encourage our community to come and learn, have fun and enjoy eating.”

 
To book the Real Bread workshop please visit: www.jordansmill.com 

Everyone is encouraged to get stuck in, either by buying a loaf of Real Bread from the Mill during the week, registering for the worshop, or by baking their own and sharing pictures with the Mill.
 
Real Bread Campaign coordinator Chris Young said: “It’s great to have Jordans Mill involved in our tenth, annual Real Bread Week to share the delicious delights of all-natural loaves with the people of Bedfordshire.”
 
Campaign’s international network: www.realbreadcampaign.org

The café, shop, gardens and historic Mill are open all year round,* Monday – Friday from 9-5. For more information, visit www.jordansmill.com  or call 01767 603940.

In 2001, the Jordan Trust was set up to renovate and restore the mill as a living and working museum and local visitor attraction. The finished site opened in April 2013.

Jordans Mill is located on Langford road, Biggleswade, Beds, SG18 9JX.

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For press enquiries, please contact Tony Darnell, Marketing and PR Manager on 01767 603940 ext: 213 or 07759 558197 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
 
Notes to editors

Jordans Mill is a stunning heritage attraction set in rural Bedfordshire. Still the home of the Jordan Family and Jordans Cereals, the Mill has been transformed into a visitor experience including guided Mill tours, a Riverside Café serving delicious food and drinks, Mill Store and Mill Gardens.

Open seven days a week, Jordans Mill is a vibrant destination with something for everyone. For more information, visit www.jordansmill.com  or call 01767 603940.

Part of the food and farming charity Sustain, the Real Bread Campaign was launched in November 2008, in partnership with Andrew Whitley of Bread Matters.  

The Campaign defines Real Bread as made without the use of processing aids or any other artificial additives. From this universally-accessible starting point, the Campaign works to find and share ways of making bread better for us, better for our communities and better for the planet.

The Campaign’s work championing the rise of Real Bread and challenging obstacles to it includes: the Together We Rise therapeutic and social baking initiative, lobbying for an Honest Crust Act to protect shoppers from incomplete and misleading labelling and marketing, No Loaf Lost surplus slicing guide for small bakeries, the annual Real Bread Week and Sourdough September awareness drives, The Real Bread Finder and Real Bread Loaf Mark.

The Campaign’s network includes hundreds of bakeries and thousands more people who care about their daily loaf, with paid-up supporters in more than 20 countries.