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 formed, team of staff supported by extraordinary volunteers and remarkable board members. We have had great support from some amazingly generous people and we salute all of you! You can read more about how Homebaked has come to be on this website.

We are just about to move into the next phase of development and there are some very exciting things in the pipeline. In June our kitchen is being extended so that we can accommodate classes and workshops and the shop front is getting a facelift too.

If you want up-to-minute news on what we are making, please follow us on [https://twitter.com/homebakeda’ target=’_blank’>link] Twitterand like us on [https://www.facebook.com/pages/Homebaked-Anfield/199143160180798?ref=hl’ target=’_blank’>link] Facebook.

Most of all, please come and see us!

Cosy Homes Club: DIY Draughtproofing with Carbon Coop

Written by Tom Doubtfire, Cosy Homes Club Citizen researcher Last week we were joined at Kitty’s Launderette by Laurence and Lorenza from Carbon Co-op (https://carbon.coop), for our DIY Draughtproofing workshop. We learnt that around 15% of heat loss is from draughts. There is a difference between draughts and ventilation as well: a draught is classed […]

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Cosy Homes Club: Capacity building with our local team

After recruiting a team of local Energy Champions and Citizen Researchers, our first collective training workshop was held in an appropriately cosy room at Everton In the Community, just before Christmas. We begin by sitting down together for lunch for a chance to chat and get to know each other a little, and then spent […]

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Our 2023 Annual Report

Read our 2023 Annual Report below, or download it here.

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