MORE than 50 folks of all ages enjoyed a night of fantastic food, drink and chat as exciting plans for a community bakery project in Drymen were unveiled.
Friday evening’s (19 February) Feast Together event – organised by Forth Environment Link’s Grow Forth and the team behind the bakery project – gave everyone the chance to hear about, and discuss, plans for a community bakery in Drymen.
Of course there was also the chance to try a range of breads and other dishes prepared by the team behind the bakery plan so feasters could find out for themselves why the bakery is such a good idea.
Debra, Geoff and Alex of Edinburgh’s successful Breadshare project were also on hand to share their experiences of setting up and running a community bakery.
“We really want to get local people involved in the project,” explains Gartness-based Brian Wynne who is part of the Drymen initiative. “This event is a great way to spread the word and also a chance to learn from others like Breadshare.
“We’re keen include local schools and children – especially in helping us come up with more creative name ideas as an alternative to Drymen Community Bakery.”
Click the thumbnails in our gallery below to see full-size pictures from Feast Together…