A Homebaked kinda day ... 27th February 2021

02/21 - 02/21

Liverpool City Region's Community Led Housing Hub, Breaking Ground, launches with a community led housing festival from 20th-28th February 2021.

Homebaked CLT is pleased to be contributing four events to the Breaking Ground Festival on Saturday 27th February. Each event is rooted in the values at the heart of our terrace and community, discussing the right to housing, the future of our high streets, sustainability in practice and our creative DNA. National and international friends join us to share their stories to inspire and explore the possible for Anfield, Everton & beyond.

Saturday 27th February

The neighbourhood as incubator

10am-12noon

With stories from Liverpool, Oslo and Plymouth we're looking at the neighbourhood as places of encounter and empowerment and asking what ownership means, and how we might build our own economies to best serve our community.

Hosted by Andrew Beattie from Wordscape, Ethos Magazine and Homebaked CLT member.

With guests ...

Sarah Prosser from Toyen Unlimited
Hannah Sloggett from Nudge Community Builders
Grace Harrison from Kitty's Launderette


For full bios and to book your FREE ticket go to:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-neighbourhood-as-incubator-tickets-139112542359

Talking homes

1:30pm-3:30pm

In this session we will hear about citizens taking matters into their own hands regarding the right to housing and how these kind of collective struggles can create momentum for local people to shape and govern their places in more equitable and democratic ways.

Hosted by Britt Jurgensen, Homebaked co-creator

With guests ...

Gala Pin from Barcelona en comu
Jess Steele from Hastings Commons
Nina Scott and Emer Morris from You Should See The Other Guy theatre


For full bios and to book your FREE ticket go to:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/talking-homes-tickets-139169075451

Local responses to climate change

4pm-5:30pm

In this session we'll explore some of the challenges facing neighbourhoods in the context of climate change - not abstract notions of things happening in far off lands and seas, but impacts that can be felt here and now, and how the shift to 'zero carbon' might affect our lives . We'll discuss how we might respond to these challenges at a range of scales - through changes to the physical infrastructure of our buildings and streets, and the role of communities in shaping these practices and building resilience.

Hosted by Marianne Heaslip, Homebaked CLT architect

With ...

Helen Grimshaw from URBED

For full bios and to book your FREE ticket go to:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/local-responses-to-climate-change-tickets-139169276051

Arts as DNA

6:30pm-8:30pm

The session is rooted in a long standing practice of using the arts in the process of imagining and manifesting more just, equitable and caring neighbourhoods. This work weaves through the development of Homebaked and many other durational practices that sustain communities who fight for the right to live well.

Hosted by Jeanne van Heeswijk, artist and Homebaked CLT board member and Sam Jones, artist and Homebaked co-creator

With guests ...

Rick Lowe from Project Row Houses
Fiona Whelan, artist
Amahra Spence from MAIA


For full bios and to book your FREE ticket go to:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/arts-as-dna-tickets-139169322189

Event concept and curation: Britt Jurgensen, Homebaked CLT
Producer: Naomi Cull

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Living in Homebaked homes!

mar. '21
Join our info events on zoom to find out more ! Thursday 4th March 2021 and Thursday 11th March 2021 from 7-8.30pm.

Work will start on site within a few months and the homes are scheduled to be ready by June 2022; Homebaked aims to lease the scheme to a housing co-operative - so that people renting the homes have a real commitment to the local community.

The sessions are slightly different, one explains the model, the second goes more in-depth into how we can work together to make this happen!

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A Homebaked kinda day ... 27th February 2021

feb. '21
Liverpool City Region's Community Led Housing Hub, Breaking Ground, launches with a community led housing festival from 20th-28th February 2021.

Homebaked CLT is pleased to be contributing four events to the Breaking Ground Festival on Saturday 27th February. Each event is rooted in the values at the heart of our terrace and community, discussing the right to housing, the future of our high streets, sustainability in practice and our creative DNA. National and international friends join us to share their stories to inspire and explore the possible for Anfield, Everton & beyond.

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RED Archive exhibition opens at Open Eye

nov. '20
The RED Archive exhibition, some of which we've been showcasing at the terrace, is now live at the Open Eye Gallery.
You can take a tour virtually - and if you're local, you can see the pieces displayed on our terrace.

https://openeye.org.uk/.../vr-l-a-city-through-its-people/

It also shows work from the archives of our friends at Scottie Press.

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Christmas House Party

dec. '19
It is time to celebrate! Please join us for all things hot, including art! And for some chats and quality time spent with neighbours, friends and family. Bring a friend! Bring a stranger! There will be pies.

At the Homebaked CLT House, 189 Oakfield Rd, L5 0UF
18 December 2019, from 8pm


Hosted by Dead Pigeon Gallery and Homebaked Community Land Trust

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Dead Pigeon Gallery in a little terraced house

oct. '19
An exhibition celebrating the wealth of art and artists that have weaved in and out of Homebaked CLT and Bakery since their inception back in 2011.........here you go!

The Dead Pigeon Gallery is taking over our little terrace. Please join us to celebrate the cultural heritage and creativity of our neighbourhood.

Opening Night with live music on Thursday, 10th October, 2019 6-9pm.

Also open 11th - 14th October, 12am - 5pm
With more events and open days to follow in November and December.

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Living above my mum's hairdressers - A walk and talk about Oakfield Rd

may. '19
Saturday, 18 May, 2019
11am - 1pm
Free 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 pigs bladder from Jack the butcher. Hear from the shop keepers of today and join in the talk on what a high street was, is and can be.

Everyone welcome. We will serve free lunch from Homebaked Bakery. Tickets are free, but places are limited, so please book your ticket here:
http://bit.ly/oakfieldwalk

We meet outside The Liverpool Lighthouse on Oakfield Rd at the corner with St Domingo Vale.

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Drop-in sessions

feb. '19
Drop into our new headquarters at 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.

After the success of the refurbishment of the flat above the bakery Liverpool City Council have supported our proposal to bring Oakfield Terrace back to life. We have worked with CLT members and other local residents on design options and would like your input.

We want to refurbish the nine properties into quality homes for affordable rent that people of all ages can live in. We would like them to be energy efficient, with some work or business units so that we can support the growth of our local high street.

Every Thursday and Friday, starting from 15 February 2019
Thursdays, 10am -1pm
Fridays, 3-6pm

Last date: Saturday, 23 March 2019, 10am - 1pm

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Putting the Home in Homebaked - Open House Event

jan. '18
We are very proud and happy to announce that following many months of planning, sweat, dust and creativity the flat above Homebaked bakery is nearly ready for the first tenants to move in. Before they do we would love you to come and visit, have a tour and celebrate with us.

Please join us on Saturday, 27th of January, 2018 between 12noon and 2pm at 197a Oakfield Rd, L4 0UF.

We will offer refreshments.

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The GRAND OPENING of HOMESQUARE

oct. '17
We would love to celebrate the opening of HOMESQUARE - a public square built with love for everyone who visits our high street - with you!

Sunday, 29th, 2-6pm. Official ribbon cutting ceremony at 3pm.

There will be lovely food, chats and games, family workshops building bird houses and planters, back alley bowling, face painting, planting activities, time to meet and chat and (for the ones who dare and care) sing some KARAOKE!

Please join in and invite friends and family.

After a busy and eventful summer the Homebaked CLT trainees have finished their work on the public square next to our block. We have called it Homesquare (or alternatively Hometurf!). It is a place for locals and visitors to stop and enjoy a little oasis of nature, calm and company right on our high street. It will also be a venue for any workshops and activities that you would like to use it for in the future.

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Free workshop series: Knitting and crocheting with recycled materials

oct. '17
Homebaked and Collective/North West Design Work offer free places on a workshop series making beautiful objects, such as hanging chairs and planters out of unwanted household materials. You will learn about design and acquire basic skills in knitting and crocheting.

5 workshops, start date: Wednesday, 11 Oct 2017, 12 - 2pm
Place: The Old Post Office, 34 County Road, L4 3QH, Walton

Free admission, no prior knowledge or skills needed!

For more information and to book your space, please contact
Silvia on getinvolved@homebaked.org.uk

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Event: History of wash houses and launderettes

oct. '17
An evening to share your stories and photographs of Liverpool's wash houses and laundrettes as well as hear from historian and author of The Life and Times of Kitty Wilkinson, Michael Kelly. You are invited to bring your ideas of how a launderette could be in our community in the future!

Come along to a friendly evening at Homebaked with tea/coffee cake and sandwiches on us.

Wednesday 4th of October, 6.30- 8.30pm

All welcome!

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Baltic Farmers Market

aug. '17
https://www.balticmarket.co.uk

Cains Brewery, Stanhope Street, L8 5XJ

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LFC vs Crystal Palace, Anfield, Saturday 19th August, 3pm

aug. '17
Matchday's at Homebaked are back!

Open from 9 until 12 for breakfast, pies & butties

Then from 12 until 6 we are in Match Day mode. Menu as follows:

Mighty sausage rolls £ 1.50

Pies:

Scouse
Shankly
Chicken & Spring Veg
Mushroom & Brandy
Vegetable curry
Cheese & onion quiche
A selection of GF vegan pies

All £ 3.50

Our special pie at £ 4 is The Bra21lian which is a Bahian recipe of chicken, prawns, chili, coconut milk & peanut butter

Freshly baked pizza from our Italian baker Luca £ 3.50

A selection of sandwiches on our freshly baked bread £ 2.50

Soup of the day & a roll £ 3

Tiffin, Brownies & Bara Brith £ 1.20

Filter coffee & Tea £ 1.20

Our famous scones £ 1 or £ 1.50

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