Flour to the People

by Scotland The Bread in Anstruther, Fife, United Kingdom

£23,605

raised so far

+ est. £2903.25 Gift Aid

320

supporters

Supporting communities to establish a flour and bread supply that is healthy, equitable, locally controlled and sustainable.

by Scotland The Bread in Anstruther, Fife, United Kingdom

Update: Scotland The Bread crowdfunder success and rewards

Hello to all of our supporters,

A week on from our deadline and we are still reeling from achieving (and exceeding!) our target. Huge thanks again to all of you who helped us reach this milestone and to those who continue to donate to our projects through the Crowdfunder platform.

We are very excited now to put our plans into action! Already, we are delighted to have connected with several new community gardens keen to learn about growing their own local loaf with Scotland The Bread's nutritious grains. Discussions are also underway with a talented baker to help us develop 'Flour to the People' and share breadmaking skills with even more communities, while organisation begins for an event to bring community grain-growers together to share ideas and inspiration for the season ahead. 

Over the coming weeks we will also be sorting out your rewards and will be in touch soon with relevant links and dates for events. We hope you don’t mind bearing with us as we organise these, we will get them to you as soon as we can.

Once again, THANK YOU for your support and being part of the flour revolution!

The Scotland The Bread team

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Rewards

This project offered rewards

£5 or more

'Real Bread Bakers' documentary

A link will be provided to view Zev Robinson's 30 minute documentary, 'Real Bread Bakers' (trailer - https://vimeo.com/411720338) featuring interviews with Andrew Whitley and inspiring artisan and community bakers from across Scotland.

£100 or more

Virtual breadmaking webinar with Andrew Whitley

Virtual breadmaking webinar with Andrew Whitley, author of Bread Matters and the best-selling DO Sourdough.

£250 or more

Half-day Scotland The Bread experience

Secure a place to join us and learn more about Scotland The Bread's grains: walk among the diverse varieties growing in fields on the Balcaskie Estate in Fife; visit our innovative cyclone mill; enjoy a locally-sourced lunch and receive a bag of flavoursome freshly-milled Balcaskie Landrace wholemeal flour and recipes to take away.

£300 or more

Breadmaking workshop

Join us at our mill in Fife for a breadmaking workshop using Scotland The Bread flours, followed by a locally-sourced lunch. You will receive a bag of flavoursome freshly-milled Balcaskie Landrace wholemeal flour and recipes to take away.

£1,000 or more

Full-day Scotland The Bread experience

Secure a place to meet our team and learn about Scotland The Bread's grains and how to make them into delicious bread: walk among the diverse varieties growing in our fields; visit our innovative cyclone mill; take part in a short hands-on breadmaking workshop; enjoy a locally-sourced meal and private screening of 'Real Bread Bakers'; and receive a bag of our flavoursome freshly-milled Balcaskie Landrace wholemeal flour and recipes to take away.

£20 or more

Screening with Q&A - 'Real Bread Bakers'

An online screening of ‘Real Bread Bakers’ including a Q&A with Andrew Whitley and filmmaker Zev Robinson.

£30 or more

Discount on Scotland The Bread flour for a year

A subscription to Bread for Good Community Benefit Society, entitling you to a 15% discount on Scotland The Bread flour bought from our online shop for one year. (UK postage only)

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