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Welcome to One Mile Bakery Hale

Hi, my name is Matt Townley. Put simply, I love baking, I love good food and I love to cook for my family and friends – I come from a big farming family of passionate home cooks. When I was younger I was told by a very wise person: “If you want to show somebody that you really love them, cook them a good meal”. I have always lived by this mantra. One Mile Bakery Hale is all about the joy of delivering delicious homemade, handmade food from my kitchen within my mile and teaching inspirational baking classes so you can bake amazing bread at home to share with the people you love.

AM I IN THE MILE?

We deliver one mile from our location in Hale

Matt started deliveries within his mile in May 2018, taking amazing homemade bread, soup and preserves by bike to addresses near his home in Hale. Deliveries are weekly, on Wednesdays (5.30-7.30pm) to local subscribers – this is the only way to get OMB bread!

Subscriptions run for a month (four deliveries) or three months (twelve deliveries) and celebrate the very best of stunning local, seasonal produce.

Each week brings something different, so a subscription offers a chance to sample a wide range of artisan breads, seasonal soups and stunning preserves. It’s all handmade at home, and delivered to you at home in person. The FAQ page gives more information about how it all works. We’ll be releasing more Hale slots for delivery very soon – follow us on social media for updates, sign up for our newsletter or drop us an email and we’ll in touch with more information.

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Hand Delivered Goodness

Thanks for a great day yesterday we both thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.  Nell kept saying at the end of the day how much she had enjoyed the whole thing.  A great experience.
Keith Summers
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Brewing beer at home: how to make an easy homebrew

  Lots of people who come to my classes (in particular my Bread and Beer class) ask about the beer that they taste at lunch. How do you do it? Is it easy? I love the fact that people are becoming more discernible in their beer-drinking. Gone are the days of being forced to drink
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How can I stop wasting bread?

Food waste has been talked about for generations. Today, the main driver for this is due to excessive consumption and its effect on global resources. In times past, it was used due to prevent excess merchant vessels taking perilous journeys in times of war. You don’t have to get on a soapbox about it though
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Who lurrrrves bread and butter pudding? We certainly do!! This is made with brioche, and large chunks of dark cho… https://t.co/0BUQHlEqCB
Tuesday 25th June
Posting about our #plasticfree packaging earlier it got me thinking, what are your favourite meals that you use lef… https://t.co/ZD2OM3BKOv
Tuesday 25th June
With weather like this, a warming bowl of soup does just the trick. This is tomato and tamarind - a *slightly* mild… https://t.co/wgKiocUFml
Tuesday 25th June

The One Mile Bakery – Hale – 21 June 2019 21:01

It’s FRIYAY. . What are you drinking to celebrate the #weekend? . This is an #IPA that I created with loads of Liberty hops, called Cretan Kings. It’s only had a week in the bottle so needs a bit more time to carbonate. . . . . . #homebrewingexperience #beer #craftbeer #beerstagram #instabeer #beerporn #bier
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