Somewhere Else
Somewhere Else

Facilitator Training 

Stephanie, Karoline, Fran and Sandra proudly receiving their certificates at the Irish Bread Workshop - 16/03/19

Training takes place during the Autumn session and includes the following elements:

1. Code of Respect

2. Practical Bread Making

3. Food Hygiene, Health and Safety including Fire Safety

4. Trouble shooting and Review

5. Creating Safer Space - Safeguarding training

 

Our new group of volunteers hve now completed their ten sessions of volunteering and received their certificates at the Irish Bread workshop held on 16th of March.    

 

If you wish to be included in the next round of training, then contact the office on 0151 706 0155 and speak to Lorraine, or send an email.

A typical training day

We had a practical breadmaking day with Ian leading the session.

 

We all baked one loaf each using different flours, but Ian and Lorraine both baked wholemeal bread which needed more time to rise during proving, which is usual for wholemeal bread as it contains less gluten than white or granary .

 

Training over for the day!  From the left - Joseph, Sarah, Sharon, Frances, Cindy and Lorraine.

 

Our Facilitators

George

"I like it here.  I like to come here to make bread."

George tries to come as often as he can, usually on Tuesdays and is one of our newest facilitators.

He also said, " Ilike to come into the Cloud Room to say a prayer"  

Peter

"I love Somewhere Else - it's a refreshing oasis!"

Peter enjoys helping first time breadmakers with their steps.  He also shares his breadmaking skills with the community at Woodchurch Methodist Church in Birkenhead.  

Carolyn

"I'd been hearing about the breadchurch for years."

"I started coming as a visitor once I retired.  I'm now a facilitator and very happy here.  I enjoy meeting nice new people."

Cindy

"I feel very comfortable here.  It's therapeutic!"

"! come to the breadchurch on Tuesdays and Thursdays."  Cindy is an adventurous baker - she bakes all sorts, including baguettes, fruit loaves and buns. cheese and onion loaves and chili cheese rolls. 

Sue

"I always look forward to Thursdays"

Sue joined the breadchurch several years ago. "I've lived in a few communities, so enjoy the community spirit. support and caring that's part of every healthy community."

Milly

"I enjoy going to breadmaking because I have made new friends."

Milly is one of our newest facilitators, having recently completed her training.  She's so full of life and fun that she brings a lovely energy to the breadchurch.

 

Meet Milly

Tuesday's team

Peter, Cindy, George, Keith, Joseph with Lorraine at the front

Thursday's team

Lorraine, Ian, Sue Milly, Cindy, Martin, Joanne and Carolyn
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