Join The Cosy Homes Club: Let’s make energy efficiency available to all!


At Homebaked CLT we first learned about the environmental importance and social benefits of energy efficiency measures when we started creating proposals of how to retain the terrace on Oakfield Rd in 2011 and worked with Liverpool based retrofit expert architect Marianne Heaslip of URBED. Rather than putting a blanket on ourselves, we learned, it […]

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Homebaked Market


After the huge success of our pilot market on the Homesquare in May, we are back again with another! We will be hosting a sustainability themed market at the iconic Isla Gladstone in Stanley Park on Saturday 24th September 2022 as part of the Great Big Green Week, a week of events highlighting how we can make our neighbourhood […]

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open call for local artist


DEADLINE EXTENDED – OPEN CALL FOR LOCAL ARTIST In August 2022, Homebaked Community Land Trust will begin the building phase of their project to develop Oakfield Terrace into community owned homes, businesses and social spaces. Working with Anfield councillors, we want to celebrate this by inviting a local artist to explore the theme of ‘home […]

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Two vacancies in the Homebaked flat!


Are you looking for an affordable & beautiful shared home that feels safe – with all bills & wi-fi included? Homebaked Community Land Trust has two vacancies in a three bedroom shared apartment. It’s fully furnished. There are three double bedrooms, and these shared rooms: – kitchen/diner– living room– utility room/store– 2 bath/shower rooms– Snug/study […]

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Meet the people behind #gettingtheterracedone – part 16


In the latest in our ‘Meet the CLT Board’ series, here’s our youngest board member, Bradley Barrett, in his own words… “Hello, I’m Bradley; I am 21 years old and I grew up in Aintree and then moved to Kirkdale in my early teenage years. I have a background in community and youth engagement and […]

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Meet the people behind #gettingtheterracedone – part 14


The latest in our ‘Meet the CLT Board’ series focusses on Peter Coleby – our numbers person! Here’s Peter in his own words… “I’m the CLT accountant & deal with the external auditors: I’ve been an accountant for 22 years & went straight into accountancy from sixth form, working in practice with clients & now […]

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Meet the people behind #gettingtheterracedone – part 15


Today, the spotlight in our series ‘Meet the CLT’ falls on Jemma Cosgrove, one of our newest board members – but historically an active CLT member and local resident. “Hi, I’m Jemma and I’m a married, full-time mum with two young children – and a bulldog puppy! I’ve lived in Anfield all my life and […]

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Meet the people behind #gettingtheterracedone – part 13


The latest in our series, ‘Meet the CLT’, features CLT member (& local councillor) Ann O’Byrne: here’s Ann in her own words… “I was born in the south of the city but at an early age we moved out to Kirkby, as our homes in Lodge Lane were being demolished. Every weekend we visited our […]

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Meet the people behind #gettingtheterracedone – part 12


Today in our series ‘Meet the CLT Board’, Kate Ellison explains why she became involved and her excitement for #gettingtheterracedone. “I grew up in Anfield, living in Granton Road and Oakfield as a kid and buying my first house in St. Davids Road as an adult. My nan lived in Venmore Street and I was […]

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Meet the people behind #gettingtheterracedone – part 11


The latest in our series of ‘Meet the CLT Board’. Today, introducing artist Jeanne Van Heeswijk, who helped originate the CLT & who is still continuing to help us work towards #gettingtheterracedone. “I was asked by the Liverpool Biennial way back in 2009 to work on a public project for their ongoing public commissions. Anfield […]

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Meet the people behind #gettingtheterracedone – part 10


Introducing one of our CLT terrace tenants, Chris, in his own words… “Hi, I’m Chris & I’ve been a Homebaked CLT tenant for 15 months. I’m originally from Sheffield, but I’ve lived in Belfast and then jumped on the ferry and came here – five years ago.I was a volunteer at first at Homebaked Bakery, […]

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Meet the people behind #gettingtheterracedone – part 9


Meet Leigh Crockett, one of our CLT board members – and a local resident for decades – working on #gettingtheterracedone: “I grew up in Anfield as a teenager in the early seventies and have lived here for nearly fifty years. My kids and granddaughter went and still go to Anfield Road Primary School; they have […]

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Meet the people behind #gettingtheterracedone – part 8


Meet the CLT #gettingtheterracedone! Today, it’s Britt’s turn to introduce herself; Britt has been with the CLT since the very beginning… “Hi, my name is Britt. I live just off Oakfield Rd and have been involved with Homebaked since the early days. I remember quite vividly the first time I went to the bakery for […]

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Meet the people behind #gettingtheterracedone – part 7


Introducing the CLT! Meet Tom Murphy, one of our brilliant members who are #gettingtheterracedone. “I’ve lived in Anfield all my life. It’s where I went to school and it’s where I have chosen to bring my family up. Like all areas, it has its good bits and bad bits. I like living here because of […]

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Meet the people behind #gettingtheterracedone – part 6


The latest in our ‘Meet the CLT members’ series, who are #gettingtheterracedone. This week, introducing Paul Kelly – with a wonderful illustration by Carol Ramsey “My name is Paul & I’ve been the Company Secretary for Homebaked CLT since its inception in 2012, but I’ll be standing down at this year’s AGM to let new […]

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Meet the people behind #gettingtheterracedone – part 5


Meet the CLT members #gettingtheterracedone – part five. This week’s spotlight is on Peter Carney, in his own words… “My name’s Peter Carney. I’m a Homebaked hactivist, a member of the Community Land Trust & a regular patron of the bakery shop. Shankly is my favourite pie/inspirational person and tea is my tipple, weak with […]

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Meet the people behind #gettingtheterracedone – part 4


Meet our CLT Board #gettingtheterracedone! Here, Ralph, our Chair, explains his passion for Homebaked and what his vision is for the future: “I’ve worked as a solicitor out of Liverpool city centre for 25 years – and I was asked to join the board of Homebaked CLT as it was felt there was a need […]

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Meet the people behind #gettingtheterracedone – part 3


Meet the CLT #gettingtheterracedone – part three! Today we focus on our member Andrew, from Wordscape publishers and Ethos magazine. Here’s Andrew in his own words: “Like a lot of people, my journey at Homebaked CLT started with me coming into Homebaked bakery to buy some pies; soon afterwards I was back in for an […]

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Meet the people behind #gettingtheterracedone – part 2


Meet the CLT! This is the second of our portraits of CLT members who are #gettingtheterracedone. “Hello, my name is Gary and I’ve been a member of Homebaked CLT for several years now.I first got involved through Homebaked bakery; on match days I was their designated ‘Chief Pie Taster’ and even had my own ‘VIP’ […]

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Meet the people behind #gettingtheterracedone – part 1


Meet the CLT! This is the first in a series of spotlights on our wonderful members who are #gettingtheterracedone. ‘Hi, my name is Donna & I’ve lived in Anfield all of my life.I initially became a volunteer for Homebaked Bakery after calling in for some pies – and I was then asked if I would […]

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No need for a hipster village – our neighbourhood has always been creative, innovative and canny


Homebaked Community Land Trust (CLT) objects to the use, in a recent article in the Liverpool Echo, of the word ‘hipster’ to describe our recent planning application in both the title and body of the article. The likely implication of such language for many readers is that our initiative is not rooted in the local area […]

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The planning process for the terrace has begun!


After many months of planning and working closely with over 70 local residents on design and use of the vacant terrace next to the bakery building (179 – 189 Oakfield Rd, backing onto Donaldson Court) we have now submitted the planning application! We are really proud of the plans we came up with together and […]

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Living above my mum’s hairdressers – A walk and talk about Oakfield Rd


Saturday, 18 May, 201911am – 1pmFree lunch included Local resident Hilary Dyer grew up in the 60s and 70s above Hilda’s Hairdressers on Oakfield Rd. Join her on a walk down memory lane and our high street. Find out about the wonders of Willy Davies’ department store, Uncle Wings Laundry and playing footie with a […]

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The design process ends (and planning begins!)


From January to March, the CLT hosted a series of drop-ins at NowHere, its new headquarters, enabling the wider community to feed back on the plans developed by the Core Design Team. 11 sessions were held over five weeks, and 62 people came by to give essential feedback on how the plans were developing.Tim Jeeves, […]

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On the Road


As a part of our fact-finding mission to get ourselves fully clued up on the best way to redesign Oakfield Terrace, the Core Design Team recently went on a day trip roaming around the north-west, checking out design ideas and ownership models, looking at the work of other CLTs and cooperatives. Our first port of […]

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Let’s talk about Oakfield Terrace


Drop into our new headquarters at yes 189 Oakfield Road (three doors down from the bakery) and let us know what you think of the plans for the terrace next to the bakery.Pop in and say hello over the next four weeks on Thursdays 3-6pm, Fridays 10am – 1pm

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Playing at home


“Thank you for giving up your Saturday morning to come and look at pictures of dilapidated houses…” The latest get-together for the Design Team took place in the familiar surroundings of the backroom of the bakery, and kicked off with Marianne and Helen, our Urbed architects, sharing some pictures and the findings from their recent […]

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The wet and windy design meeting


Marianne kicked off our time together with an overview of the Design and Development Process, giving us a sense of the provisional timescale that’s being looked at for making everything happen and where our meetings sit within all that.As things currently stand our input, and the information gathered through the rest of the community consultation, […]

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The first meeting of the Core Design Team


The Core Design Team met for the first time last week, coming together to imagine possibilities for our area.We began with a reminder about what’s currently happening with the terraces next to the bakery. There’s a more complete explanation in the last blog post, but as a brief reminder:– The council have given their support […]

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Homebaked Community Land Trust – What comes next?


As you may have heard, there’s exciting things afoot at the CLT.In April we finished the refurbishment of the flat above the bakery, and most recently Liverpool City Council gave their support to the CLT’s proposal for bringing the empty houses next to the bakery back to life. We’ll be able to develop these plans […]

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Off to ‘The Big Smoke’


My name is Bradley. I have done the 26-week traineeship with Homebaked Community Land Trust and Rotunda College. I am 18 years old. I grew up in Aintree and moved to Kirkdale at the age of 14. When I applied for the traineeship I had been working in a lot of different industries, like business […]

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Brick by Brick, Loaf by Loaf, Seed by Seed.


It was unfortunate to see such grand houses look so bleak and decrepit. It seemed like a great opportunity for us to do something positive to show us as a community in a positive light. Britt Jurgensen, Andrew Beattie and myself had planned to make some posters to go on the windows of the un-occupied […]

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Making the Home in Homebaked – be our first tenant!


It was always our intention since the early days of Homebaked to build a flat above the Bakery, the first home in Homebaked. Having people live on our high street, alongside cafes and bakeries and whatever happens here next is central to our vision of what a high-street is – a place where people live […]

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Bradley’s guide to sanding and finishing a floor


So, you want to make your floorboards a nice feature in your house and ditch the carpets? Well, this is how you do it. 1. Remove any nails that are sticking up out the flooring with a nail punch to stop the sandpaper from tearing whilst using the drum sander.2. Remove all debris from the […]

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Bradley’s guide to making a table


What you need: – Table saw– 1 sheet of 9mm ply– 1 sheet of 12mm ply– 1 sheet of 18mm ply– Rollers– PVA glue– 10 sash clamps– 40/80/120/240 grit sanding paper– Orbital sander– Planer– Skill saw– Square straight edge– Clear yacht varnish– Paintbrushes– 4 hairpin legs (bought)– 20 screws– Wooden drill bit– Drill– Copper spraypaint […]

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Samba!


his Saturday match day HomeSquare turned into a stage for some great rhythms and tunes. We had the honour to host the Anfield Community Arts Samba Band and drummers from Beatlife. We defied the cold with drumming and dancing and shaking the money bucket which filled quite quickly thanks to charming Olivia and appreciative match […]

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HomeSquare, Home Rules


Hi, Welcome to HomeSquare, This public space was designed by members of the community and commissioned by Homebaked CLT – a community-led housing and enterprise scheme born as a way to develop our High Street together. It was built by us, the Homebaked trainees (Leanne, Bradley, and David) with the help of many volunteers. To […]

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Bradley’s guide to repointing a chimney breast


Kit list: – FFP3 mask (dust)– A couple of buckets– Brick acid– Hand brushes (x3) and a long house brush– Grinder– Thick cutting disk, mortar rake and steel wire wheel for grinder.– Chemical suit and APEK1P3 mask– Yellow sand– Bag of cement– Trowel and hawk– Arthur And this is how you do it: 1. Get […]

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We’re making a flat


HomeSquare is now open to the public and our trainees have moved upstairs to begin work on what will become the first home in HomeBaked. Watch this space for updates from Paul, Bradley, Leanne, David and the team over the coming weeks….

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Catching-up with Homebaked building trainees


What have you been up to since we last met up? Bradley: In the past week we’ve knocked down the wall in front of the flat door and bakery and have been sanding and preparing some wood planks to make into wooden bricks for the wall. David: The wall is going to be a nice […]

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Welcome to HomeSquare


Our building team and many volunteers have been hard at work over these past few months building the beautiful pocket park which was designed together locally, and we’ve now called HomeSquare (or alternatively HomeTurf as some like to call it). On 29th October 2017, Homebaked members, friends and neighbours gathered together with those that designed […]

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Homebaked Community Land Trust is recruiting


Role: Development and Project Manager Homebaked Community Land Trust (CLT) Fixed term: 1 year (re-negotiable) Part time: 10 hours per week, 25 per hour (flexible, with potential to grow)Based at Homebaked, 197-199 Oakfield Road, Anfield, Liverpool L4 0UF This role is for someone passionate about community-led development with exceptional organisational development and fundraising skills,who’s seeking […]

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Volunteer weekends on HomeSquare


Over two weekends in October, a group of volunteers came together to help us get HomeSquare ready for our opening. Here are some photos from the weekends. A massive thank you, as always, to those that came over to lend a hand.

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Say hello to Paul Harcombe


Our building team is almost finished on the outdoor building work on HomeSquare, before they head upstairs to begin work on the new flats above the bakery. Our trainees, David, Bradley and Leanne sat down for a chat with the site supervisor and their mentor, Paul Harcombe, for an early morning chat to talk carpentry, […]

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Say hello to our new trainees


In June 2017, building work on HomeSquare and the flat above the bakery began. 4 new team members joined Homebaked to take on the building work. Paul Harcombe joined as the foreman for the building work, and he is joined by 3 new trainees, Bradley Barrett, David Wood and Leanne Mitchell. The team will work […]

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Making HomeSquare


The Homebaked Community Landscape Design course started in spring 2017, led by Andrea Ku of b4biodiversity. Students who attended the course would receive a qualification in ‘Conservation Skills’ on completion of the course in August 2017, as well as helping to design and create a community green space for our high street. The aim of […]

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Work on the flats and market square has begun..


Recently, we were awarded some funding from Power to Change to begin work on our first homes in the flats above the bakery. To complete this work we are running a training programme from local young people in partnership with the Rotunda College. The 26 week programme will begin with the trainees building their own […]

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The bakery courses are back!


We are now running our free bakery courses for local community groups to come together to learn how to make and bake bread and pizza in the kitchen at Homebaked bakery. Book a slot with Angela by calling +44 151 261 1745

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Empowering Places


On 28th February and 1st March 2017, Power to Change and Homebaked brought together a contingent of community organisations from across the UK and Europe to share their experiences of operating community businesses at different stages of their journey. Power to Change is an independent charitable trust, whose funding is used to strengthen community businesses […]

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Homecinema: Go Greased Lightnin’!


As part of our Return of the Thing at the Rec event, we had our first Homecinema showing. Organised by Matt, who is the brother of our volunteer Beth, it was a fabulous event and one we’re going to be doing again in the future.Matt is a student and has a keen interest in film, […]

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Afternoon Tea on the Rec


Hello everyone! It’s been a while, hasn’t it?I’m sorry for the delay in new posts, but we’ve been really busy at Homebaked. From events, to markets, to just general hustle & bustle at the cafe, there’s been plenty going on. As you probably know, we held our second event on the rec – The Return […]

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Event Season!


Event season is upon is, what with The Return of The Thing At The Rec coming soon (10th – 17th July) and Homebaked appearing at several markets during the summer. We were at the Liverpool Mutual Homes Picnic in the Park the other week, and though the weather wasn’t the best, we all had a […]

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At the end of April, myself and Britt were in Germany for the InTransit conference.Located in Erfurt, a town a train’s ride away from Berlin, the conference was set up for local initiatives like ourselves to come and meet together with similar projects and share our knowledge and experience. There were organisations from all across […]

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The return of The Thing on the Rec


THE RETURN OF THE THING ON THE REC – a local summer festival on the old recreation ground behind Homebaked bakery. 10 – 17 July 2016 The Thing on the Rec is back with a series of events, featuring outdoor cinema screenings, the great North Liverpool Bake-Off, crazy golf and great food. See full programme […]

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What are the ingredients that make a good place to live? Young Architects at Homebaked


On Thursday night, we hosted a team of local young people, as well as some architecture students from John Moores University and their tutor, Jo Hudson, for a tour of the Anfield area and an evening of discussion of what the ingredients for a good place to live for young people would be. The evening […]

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We Never Walk Alone


I think everyone in Liverpool has been affected by Hillsborough, one way or another. Everyone has a connection in some way, whether they were there, knew someone who was, or tragically lost somebody they held dear.My dad and my sister were both there that day in ’89. Thankfully, they returned home safely, and they have […]

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Build Your Own High Street: Looking at Elevations


We had another engaging Design Meeting earlier this month, on the 15th. Apologies for the delay in getting this report out to you, but we have lots of photos this time round from Britt, to make up for it! At this meeting, we were joined by a trio from the University of Liverpool, who are […]

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Power to Change: Filming


We were very happy to have Charlotte Cassedanne and her film crew from Power to Change at the bakery last Thursday.They were in to film a little “behind the scenes” footage of us making pies, and to do a few interviews, regarding the Power to Change grant we’ve been awarded. I spoke to them about […]

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Building on our Design: an evening with Hemingway Design


On the 19th of January, we hosted an evening with Hemingway Design at Homebaked.Hemingway Design are, quoted from their website, “a multi-disciplinary team, our diverse and high-profile client list reflects the strength of talent behind HemingwayDesign. Over 30 years’ experience has seen us collaborate with the likes of Sainsbury’s, John Lewis, Coca-Cola, The National Trust, […]

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Inspirational Architecture: A Walking Tour & Workshop


For those who have been following our Design Team workshops, you’ll be familiar with Architectural Emporium already. For those who aren’t, they are the local architects who we are working directly with on our “Build Your Own High Street” project.Yesterday, we visited their offices in Hope Street, to talk a little more about the scheme, […]

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A (Belated) Happy New Year!


Hello, all.I apologise for the lack of updates to the blog – I mean, the last one was last year!(Terrible joke. I apologise for that too.) It’s true though, it’s been a while, and that’s partially down to the fact we’ve had so much going on! For a start, the new year has brought new […]

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The Thing On the Rec


On Saturday 12th December, we hosted The Thing On The Rec: A real Local Christmas.It was an event we’d been planning for a while, and, despite the rain and bad weather, it was a wonderful day! As often is the case with these things, it’s hard to really sum up in words how it was […]

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Soccer in the City!


The tour is run by a good friend of Homebaked, Peter Carney. We were picked up at the bakery, then off to the Shankly Hotel to gather together the rest of the tourgoers, a group of fans from Norway. One of these fans was Trygg Johannsen, who played for a Norwegian team in the 70s. […]

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Christmas Presents at Cake Club


We had an early Christmas at Homebaked with Cake Club on Monday night.The theme was ‘Christmas presents’, and, as usual with Cake Club, this could be interpreted in any way. So, bakes that could be given as presents, or present-themed bakes, and so on. The regulars showed up, along with a few new faces – […]

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Building Up: The Next Round of the Design Team Meetings


Outside in the foggy stillness of Monday night, Anfield looked almost eerie with the (sadly) familiar sight of derelict buildings and cranes piercing the skies. However, inside the walls of Homebaked, there was a decidedly friendlier atmosphere, and a feeling of revolution… After a long break away from them while certain bits and bobs along […]

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Halloween at Homebaked!


A little later than scheduled, here’s what we got up to during Halloween at Homebaked! We had quite a few events on in the week to come, not to mention the match, but Nicola (one of our new members of staff, who you will soon be seeing behind the counter!) and I decided to dress […]

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A Workshop with Stephen Hill


On 30th July, we had another workshop at Homebaked for the ‘Build Your Own High Street’ project, but with a bit of a difference.This one was a presentation and practical workshop, presented by Stephen Hill, who is involved with the CLT Network and also has worked in the past with Granby Fourstreets. The talk was […]

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Out Of The Blue


Today, Homebaked was at the Out Of The Blue festival in Everton park.It was a sunny day filled with, well, a lot of interesting stuff, really! We were there with two stalls – our bakery stall, selling our delicious pies, cakes and bread, manned by Pat and Cathy, and the CLT stall, manned by myself […]

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Homebaked CLT Design Meeting #2


If you’ve been following our progress on our “Build Your Own High Street” journey, you’ll know that we’ve started the official design meetings with our chosen architects now.We had our first meeting last month, and on Tuesday 29th June, we had this one. It began with Architectural Emporium introducing the meeting. Present were Toby and […]

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Workshop #1 with Architectural Emporium


On Tuesday 9th June, we had the first of our intensive workshops with Architectural Emporium, follow-ups to our first three initial “Build Your Own High Street” sessions. This first workshop involved Luke, Andy and Toby of Architectural Emporium working with us and guiding us through some of the more complicated processes. To begin with, they […]

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A Migrant Tale of Self-Discovery


On Sunday 24th May, myself and a number of others took part on the North End Picaresque: A Migrant Tale of Self-Discovery walk.I think I’d be better letting the North End Picaresque website describe it for you:“North End Picaresque is a migrant tale of self-discovery taking place in the form of a walking audio journey […]

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Choosing Our Architect


If you’ve been following us on our journey with the CLT in choosing an architect for our ‘Build Your Own High Street’ project, then I apologise first and foremost for this being the first of our updates without any photographs! Tonight (May 11th), we met up again to discuss our shortlisted architects and come to […]

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Build Your Own High Street – Third Workshop


If you’ve been following this blog lately, you’ll notice that most of the posts are about the “Build Your Own High Street” workshops we’ve been having. This one is no exception – on Tuesday 19th May, we had the third of these workshops at Homebaked, and it’s a project that we are all feeling very […]

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Build Your Own High Street: Second Workshop


On Tuesday evening, we had the second of our ‘Build Your Own High Street’ workshops. To recap, these sessions are a chance for people in the community to come along and have their say regarding what is to be done with the land just next to Homebaked. Liverpool City Council have decided that the houses […]

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How did I get here?


During my lunch today, I was discussing last night’s Community Land Trust event with Britt. I’m sure a lot of you know Britt (Jurgensen), as she’s very involved with the CLT and the Open Design Meetings events.(There was one of these events last night, and I’ll be writing up a thorough report about it. If […]

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Happy Easter from Homebaked!


We’d like to wish you all a very Happy Easter, and hope that you enjoy yourselves, whatever you do today! Also, a huge thank you to everybody who donated an Easter Egg to the Liverpool Homeless Football Club appeal – the children have their eggs now and were very happy with them all!It’s lovely to […]

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Build Your Own High Street – Workshop #1


The first of three “Build Your Own High Street” workshops was last Thursday evening. If you follow us on Facebook or Twitter, or are familiar with the work of the CLT, you’ll have heard about this already.If not, these workshops are for local people to come and have their own say regarding the future of […]

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Happy Pi(e) Day!


Today is Pi Day. It’s to celebrate mathematics and the theory of pi (the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter).However, at Homebaked, it’s always a different kind of pie day every day, but we’re talking the tasty pastry variety… I mentioned last time about British Pie Week, and wanted to write […]

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New Introductions


My last year was a pretty pivotal time for me.I’d just become unemployed, after four years working behind the counter of a video games store, and I was looking for a fresh start.Little did I know ‘fresh’ meant literally that – loaves of fresh bread baking away in the ovens, while friendly faces come by […]

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Finding an Architect – Second Stage


Some of you may have read Ronnie Hughes’ original post about our [https://asenseofplaceblog.wordpress.com/2015/02/15/homebaked-in-anfield-the-community-land-trust/’ target=’_blank’>link] Community Land Trust, and our open events to invite people to join the process of designing the Homebaked development. We have managed to save the bakery from demolishment, but there is nothing we can do about the adjacent row of houses. Planning […]

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Refurbishments


Homebaked will be closed for refurbishments 16th-30th June. We apologise for any inconvenience caused by the closure. When we reopen we will have a much bigger kitchen and a community room. Keep your eyes peeled for news of workshops and classes in the near future!

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Welcome Back!


Hello there, and welcome back to Homebaked’s blog! Spring sprung and now the air has warmed up into summer Homebaked is continuing to make strides. This week has seen the launch of the Homebaked Afternoon Teas: a glorious assortment of cut sandwiches, Homebaked mini pies, scones and your choice of tea or coffee. It is […]

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Welcome to Homebaked’s blog!


This will be the space for news, stories, opportunities and special offers. We opened for the West Brom game on the 26th of October 2013 and since then we have been mad busy developing great a range of breads, pies and cakes as well as a café menu. Homebaked consists of a small, yet perfectly […]

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