GAIL’s Bakery is launching a call to arms for local charities at their new bakery in Oxford which opened on 23rd February.
Set on the corner of Walton and Little Clarendon Street, the bakery borders the historic suburb of Jericho and the team hopes the community will help them donate any surplus bread to local charities in and around Oxford.
Believing that good food plays a key role in every community, GAIL’s will put their surplus bakes to good use by partnering with local charities, to feed hungry families and neighbours. GAIL’s hopes that friends of the bakery will get involved by identifying those in need across Oxford, and help deliver any surplus food left in the bakery at the end of the day.
“We’re grateful for the warm reception we’ve had from Summertown residents in our first Oxford bakery which we opened a year ago. We are excited to serve and get to know our new customers near Jericho, a part of town defined by its community spirit, which is something we really identify with,” says Tom, co-founder of GAIL’s Bakery.
GAIL’s Bakery will be filled with over twenty types of bread including the classic GAILs’ French Dark Sourdough, Spelt Sourdough, Rye loaves and fruit breads. GAIL’s bakers bake on site, making breakfast until 3pm every day including morning pastries, as well as hot dishes including eggs and French Toast. The bakery also serves soups, fresh sandwiches, salads, and of course, afternoon cakes. Baristas are trained by award-winning coffee specialists and will serve GAIL’s House Blend coffee and premium JING tea.
To get involved, please contact us at Breadheads@gailsbread.co.uk.
GAIL’s Artisan Bakery opened on 23rd February
21-22 Little Clarendon Street