Kneading Dough

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

By booking any of our courses you agree to abide by our terms and conditions.

What’s included:

Ingredients, utensils, knives, equipment, aprons and carrier bags (if required) are provided for all courses. A light lunch and afternoon cake is included in the course cost – please see appropriate course details for further information.

We reserve the right to make amendments to course content and recipes without notice.

Age requirements:

All minors under the age of 6  may not attend as the class and equipment will not be suitable for their needs. Minors under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult who is also participating in the workshop. If at any point during the workshop the tutor believes the child is causing a disruption to the class, he/she will ask both the adult and child to leave.

Health & Safety:

All participants should wear shoes with flat, non-slip soles and covered toes. We recommend wearing sensible clothing (ie. not your Sunday best) and are not liable for any damage that occurs to clothing.

If you have been or are suffering from food poisoning or an upset stomach (or have come into contact with anybody who is exhibiting these symptoms) including Covid symptoms within 48 hours of the course, we would ask that you not to attend and contact ourselves.

All open wounds must be covered, ideally with a blue plaster. If you don’t have a blue plaster, let us know on arrival and we will be happy to provide one.

Special dietary requirements & food allergies:


Please inform us in advance of any allergies or food intolerances, disabilities, diabetes, pregnancy, epilepsy, learning difficulties etc. These will be catered for or managed as best as possible.

Lateness:

Our workshops are packed with as much baking as we can possibly fit into them, so starting on time is crucial. As a result, it is essential you arrive promptly for your workshop.

If you are late, please be aware that the class may have started. Wherever possible, we will allow you to join in, however if you have missed essential parts of the class, this may not be an option. A refund will not be provided in this instance.

Payment:

All payment must be made in full at the time of booking. We do not take provisional bookings and cannot confirm your place on a course until we receive full payment.

 

Delivery – Workshops & Gift Vouchers:

Upon successful completion of an online order via the bakeshop with us you will receive confirmation of your order by email. Gift vouchers will be sent via first class post within 1-2 days of ordering to the address given at the time on the order.

Liability:

Bread for Life will not accept responsibility for the loss of any personal possessions.

Acceptable usage of course content:

Recipe booklets and reference materials are provided to support students in their ongoing development as incredible bakers and are issued for personal use only. The sharing of course materials by print, press, photocopy, email, blogs, internet or any digital transfer medium is strictly prohibited without the express written permission of Bread for Life. If in doubt, please ask about what is and isn’t acceptable usage.

Cancellations/ Reschedule request

To request a cancellation or reschedule you must contact Bread for Life with written notice via email. Unless you have received acknowledgement from us that we have received your request, you cannot consider your request delivered.

Bread for Life reserve the right to reschedule workshops if the class has less than four attendees in. In this instance you will be contacted one week prior with potential new dates to attend.