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Here is a list of artisan baking courses. It isn't exhaustive, and if you would like to add one, please let us know by sending your course details via this link.
  • Deerstones Bakery

    Deerstones Bakery - 10 The Arcade, Market Street, Clone, Lancashire BB8 0HX​ Deerstones Bakery is a micro bakery, set up in April 2014 in bonny Colne, based amidst the beauty of Pendle Hill in Lancashire. Making handcrafted bread and pastries, many crafted from our sourdough starter called ‘Betty’. We offer a range of enjoyable workshops, providing you with the skills and confidence to bake a range of breads at home. From Introductory bread baking for beginners to more advanced sourdough courses, also Easter breads and Christmas bread baking courses and many others. You will make a range of artisan...

  • The Mistley Kitchen

    At the Mistley Kitchen in Essex we run a range of hands-on bread workshops including International Breads, Sourdough, Gluten Free and Dough 5 ways for beginers. Each workshop starts at 10am finishing about 3:30pm after a leisurely lunch including wine.

  • Pig + Pepper | Laura Cheatle

    Join a class and learn to make a range of breads. All courses are taught in a home kitchen and they are small and hands on. You will leave laden with loaves and the recipes from the class so you can continue baking at home. Classes are held centrally in Buxton.

  • Cracking Good Food

    We run a rolling programme of 4 hour and 6 hour artisan bread making classes at 3 venues around the Manchester area. The 6 hour course, covers everything from the science to the history & the politics, via the skills and the recipes. Learn about the way gluten works, yeast fermentation and reproduction, autolysis, kneading, proving and shaping, and all about the baker’s ‘kit’. You will make your own 2lb wholemeal loaf, focaccia and rye bread, and be introduced to the wonderful world of sourdough. You’ll enjoy a lunch of salad and pizza made from scratch during the morning & at...

  • The Epsom Bakehouse

    Learn to make bread in a fun, relaxed, hands-on class. The Epsom Bakehouse runs regular Introduction to Breadmaking courses in Epsom, Surrey. Over four hours, we'll cover the basics of breadmaking, from mixing and kneading, through to proving, shaping and baking. There'll be plenty of time for discussions and questions, and you'll get to take home a bagful of tasty breads at the end of the day. Detailed notes are also provided so that you can continue to bake at home. Find out more on our website, link below.

  • The Thoughtful Bread Company

    The Thoughtful Bread company is a well established artisan bakery based in the heart of the World Heritage City of Bath's city centre.During one of our courses, you will pick up skills and tips that you simply won't read about it books. You will only learn by doing, so our courses are all hands on.You are welcomed with a tea or coffee and Unlike other courses, ours come with a goodie bag included, as well as a membership to the Real Bread Campaign, so we like to think you are getting real value for money, and the feedback we are...

  • Harrington's Bakery

  • Dan Lepard

    Synonymous with artisan baking in the UK and around the world, Dan teaches a limited number of classes which are equally suitable for enthusiastic beginners, passionate bread makers who wants to refine and develop their skills and even professional chefs who want to learn how to make really good bread for their hotel, b&b or restaurant. Classes cover the most important aspects of sourdough baking, from starting and keeping a healthy sourdough starter, through making several recipes which demonstrate different approaches to making bread, onto the finished loaves coming out of the oven. There is also plenty of time for questions...

  • The Bakehouse

    Learn the traditional skill of baking bread, make tasty bagels or even impress your friends with hand made pastries. We now have 3 wonderful courses for you to try, our basic bread course will teach you how and why you should make better bred bread. Our bagel course is for those who like something a bit different, you’ll learn the tricks to making these lovely flavoured bready delights. Or maybe it’s pâtisserie you want to get to grips with, well we have the perfect course for you too!

  • Beverley Glock Cookery School

    Learn how to make bread from scratch by hand, using Beverley’s own tried and tested method, no kneading, just delicious bread using flour, yeast, salt, water, your hands and an oven. Beverley’s courses are no frills, real cookery classes for real people and are located in her home kitchen in her 18th century mill house in the Chilterns. The classes are small, maximum of 6 people, so Beverley can spend time individually if required. You’ll make a basic bread dough and an olive oil dough and produce fougasse, breadsticks, pitta, flatbread and foccacia during her 3.5 hour bread making class...

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