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Cookery Course Review: One Mile Bakery, Exeter – by Lauren Heath

Recently, I invited Lauren and her son Kyle to experience a half day class.  We had a lovely day making a loaf, scones and pizza for lunch.  You can read more here.   For me the real highlight was this part of the review: “It’s like learning to bake with a friend, and that for some may be less daunting than a large, formal cookery school.” This really gets to the heart of how I host classes – the day should be fun and enjoyable with plenty of laughter and joy.

The half day classes are suitable for children aged 8+ and I’m planning on adding a number in the summer holidays, so do keep your eyes on my social media (Facebook  / Twitter / Instagram).

The half day class would also be suitable for groups of friends or even a bijou hen do – you’ll make delicious bakes but also share lunch and a glass (or two) of wine or fizz.  A perfect way to spend the day.

You can check out my full day and half day classes here and as a special offer readers can save 10% off a class when using the code BAKE10.

If there aren’t suitable dates on my list, please do get in touch as we can arrange classes to suit.

Photo credit: Lauren Heath
I went on the basic bread making course. Boudicca is an excellent host and teacher. I have made bread in the past, but picked up many new tips... I have since baked a further loaf at home with great success and there will be more to come!
Kathy Hurrell
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