Deaf plus events loaf bread making workshop 28th jan 2014


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Deaf plus events loaf bread making workshop 28th jan 2014

  1. 1. ‘BREAD MAKING WORKSHOP’ TUESDAY 28TH JANUARY 2014 START AT 1PM – FINISH AT 4PM LOAF, 1421 PERSHORE ROAD, STIRCHLEY, BIRMINGHAM, B30 2JL SPECIAL PRICE FOR DEAF, HARD OF HEARING PEOPLE AND CARERS ON THIS DAY ONLY: £13 PER PERSON Loaf Cookery School is the West Midlands most innovative cookery school, a place where you can learn forgotten food skills in the heart of the second city. We believe everyone has the right to be able to find, cook, and eat real food everyday, so we’ve developed a roster of courses that enable you to do just that. In a world where real bread is so hard to come by, our bread course will equip you to make consistently good, wholesome bread at home. This hands-on course led by baker and Loaf director Tom Baker, takes bread back to its essential ingredients – flour, water, salt and yeast – and teaches you a great repertoire of beautiful breads. PLEASE NOTE THERE ARE 5 SPACES LEFT IN THE WORKSHOP ADVANCE BOOKING NECESSARY. BOOK NOW TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT TO FIND OUT MORE INFORMATION ABOUT LOAF, YOU CAN CHECK THEIR WEBSITE – WWW.LOAFONLINE.CO.UK ANY OTHER COMMUNICATION SUPPORT YOU NEED? PLEASE CONTACT OLIVIER JAMIN ************************************************************************************** TELEPHONE (0121) 678 88 50 deafPLUS is the working name of Breakthrough DeafVOICE TO TEXTPHONE 18002 (0121) 678 88 50 Hearing Integration, a company limited by Guarantee. EMAIL Registered Company number: 3680467. Registered FAX (0121) 643 45 41 Charity number: 1073468 SMS 07594473723
  2. 2. Location: Loaf, 1421 Pershore Road, Strichley, Birmingham, B30 2JL Nearest station Bourneville Station and walk on Bourneville Road toward Pershore Road then turn right toward south of Pershore Road. Pass Mary Vale Road and walk on to find shop sign called Loaf. By Road A comprehensive motorway network system including the M5, M6, M40 and M42 links Birmingham with the rest of the country. Drivers should follow signs to Birmingham City Centre then look for the A38 toward south of Birmingham. By Bus From New Street Station, take bus number 45 or 47 toward Pershore Road then get off at Elm Tree Road. Then 3 minutes walk to Loaf Rail Works & Travel – Please Note We suggest you check the situation before travelling and allow additional time for your journey if rail work is planned. Please contact National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484950 for information on engineering works as close to travel as possible and Network Rail Helpline on 08457 114141 for information about Birmingham New Street. National Rail Enquiries website