We invite you for an exciting day of speakers and discussions around the ideas of gift, generosity, exchange and mutual. 5 speakers will present their research and life experience in areas ranging from football to bread and debt to organ donations.
We are now officially open Monday to Friday, 8.30am - 4.30pm and Saturday, 10am-5pm.
Come and buy a loaf or stay in for lunch or cake and delicious coffee.
Join us and our guest artists Polly Brannan and Weston Hammond for two days of designing and building growing units, gardening and documenting the very beginning of Homebaked Gardens.
We'll provide free Pizza.
Please join us to celebrate a Valentine's party in Homebaked fashion with heart shaped biscuits and other lovely fresh food, live music and baking activities for kids.
After the great success of The Anfield Home Tour we are very delighted to be hosting another performance work - the Sphinx has temporarily moved into the bakery flat and she has brought a lot of books with her!
Watch the One Show on Friday 9th December for coverage of our Bake-Off.
As a community bakery, we need two things – good recipes, and people to eat them, so we’ve decided to hold a Housewarming, but with a difference.
Join a heritage tour through the North Liverpool neighbourhood of Anfield, with your guide, Carl Ainsworth, ending at the Bakery for coffee and cake.
2Up 2Down/Homebaked is part of The Unexpected Guest, part of Liverpool Biennial 2012. You can find Jeanne's exhibit in the Museum of Liverpool, in the People's Republic Gallery.
What would a sustainable Anfield look like? Join us for a conversation around recycling, reuse and design.
Local author Deborah Morgan reads from her acclaimed first novel Disappearing Home, which tells the story of a young girl growing up in North Liverpool through the 19702 and 1980s.
Join your neighbours for an afternoon of celebration, cake and song.
Its all hands on deck at Mitchell's as we prepare to welcome visitors from near and far.
How can Anfield benefit from Retrofit? What could the Green Deal really mean for North Liverpool's communities?
Marianne Heaslip, architect at URBED and design collaborator on 2Up 2Down.
Liverpool Biennial 2012 invited artists and thinkers to bring a new understanding of hospitality for our times. Owen Hatherley and Jim Brown joined Jeanne van Heesijk to discuss what this might mean in the context of a new civic economy.
"What we need to do in this time of great stress and upheaval is imagine the kind of places that will create shared wealth in the future" Joost Beunderman, Architecture 00:/
What can we learn from other groups who have resisted regeneration? What does it mean to campaign?
Nina Edge, artist and Spokesperson for Welsh Streets Home
Is cultural representation a human right? How can communities help to reimagine and represent themselves?
Ed Carroll, Arts Programmer
How do we go about setting up a community Bakery?
Janet Barnes, Dunbar Community Bakery
What does it mean to work co-operatively? How can food businesses use a co-operative model?
Debbie Clarke, Unicorn Grocery, Manchester
What fuels community action? And what forms of organisation best support it?
Paul Smyth and Andy Merritt: Something & Son, the people behind Dalston Farm Shop in conversation with Tom Archer, Locally Made