On going training is the best way to learn

My bakery training did not take place at college.  This is a well known fact about me and it is partly what enables me to be a great baker and a great teacher.  I have seen a lot and I Read More …

Football and food build strong feelings of community in Leicester

Michelle Stratford is a fourth generation bread baker and proud resident of Leicester, in the East Midlands.  In 2014, she was researching what it meant to set up a community bakery in order to determine what form her new social Read More …

The growth of the micro bakery in the UK

Micro businesses are an important segment of the business population in the UK.  They are technically defined as businesses with fewer than 10 employees and less than 2 million euros of turnover.  2 million euros?  I’ll take that (or half Read More …

Book a course

To book a course to learn how to have your own home baking business could not be easier. Simply click here to book the Bread Angel course.  Enter your post code and trainers will be listed in order of their Read More …

The Bread Angels course

Take the Bread Angels course to set up your own home baking business All of the details of the course and how to find a trainer are on the Bread Angels website. The Bread Angels course is 12 hours long.  Read More …

Micro bakeries

At Virtuous Bread, we see a network of people up and down the land running their very own businesses – micro bakeries! These people are called Bread Angels, and we believe there will come a time when every community has Read More …