Roll up Roll up- We made the Argus newspaper for our recent Bread Fayre as part of our Breaking Bread project! Our wonderful volunteer Lynn Tye who works at The Keep county archive is in the picture.
A GOOD baker will always rise to the occasion – and that’s what organisers (Strike a Light) of a bread fayre did at a special workshop event. The fayre graced Brighton’s Open Market on Saturday with a selection of talks and workshops on all things bread baking.
As well as tasty dough treats and stalls, youngsters and their families were treated to storytelling activities and how-to guides on making brilliant batches of bread.
Traders were also invited to contribute to the event. They included cheery duo the Dough Brothers, who brought tasty offerings, and Alex Moran of Daily-bread.org.uk
Some footage from a recent bespoke baking workshop run by our baker Alex Moran with Brighton charity Euro-Mernet (set up to promote good inter-community and inter-cultural relations in the Mediterranean regions of Europe) for Strike a Light.
The group made olive and orange bread with lots of olive oil – very mediterranean in flavour and very nice indeed!
We are now FULLY booked for Bread Fayre workshops this Saturday 25th April with exception of our FREE kids ‘Vege Rolls‘ making session by The Baking Society at 2.30-3pm. *See details below
There is still plenty to see and do at the Bread Fayre at Brighton’s Open Market so come on down between 11-4pm. You can download the full programme here for storytelling activities, exhibitions and stalls. We hope to see you there!
* Vege Rolls with The Baking Society
Family workshop making tasty and healthy vege rolls with the Open Market’s resident baking shop. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Suitable for 5+.
2.30pm – 3.00pm
Location: Baking Society opposite the Bread Fayre site in the Open Market
Announcing programme highlights for our Bread Fayre event featuring free…
‘The Giant Jam Sandwich’ storytelling at the Food Shed
The wonderful Jo Oerton will whet our appetites with readings of classic illustrated story by Brightonian artist John Vernon Lord. No booking required but limited capacity. Suitable for all. Times – 12.30, 1.30 and 3pm. Location – The Food Shed shop (opposite Bread Fayre site)
The wonderful Lewes Bread Club will be selling their delicious ‘Real’ bread so come on down to buy a loaf or three! Also visit Selcher who will be selling their German bakery wares.
A growing collection of memories, photos and recipes from across Sussex, celebrating local baking traditions. The charity Freedom from Torture’s baking resources and recipes will also be available here to view. Come and contribute to our work in progress!
Image used with kind permission of Royal Pavilion and Museums, Brighton & Hove
Contemporary Connections presents…
You are cordially invited to take a place at this musical dining table……Sounding Food and Musicexplores the connections between food, diet, gender and music/sound. Contribute your own story of food and music. Suitable for all ages throughout the event.
Suitable for 5+. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Slices or full size pizzas also available to buy. No need to reserve – just come down anytime between 11.00am – 12.30pm Location: London Rd entrance to the Open Market
Family workshop making tasty and healthy vege rolls with Open Market’s resident baking shop. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Suitable for 5+ 2.30pm – 3.00pm Location: Baking Society opposite the Bread Fayre site in the Open Market
Free Bread Making Workshops
***We still have places on our free workshops at the event…for details check our website and get signed up!***
FREE oral history training will be happening at The Keep archive in Brighton, East Sussex from the 23rd April. The training is run by professional oral historians and involves all the theory as well as practical training about recording a good interview and also editing and transcribing information.
The sessions run every Thursday at The Keep from 23rd April to 11th June.