Local favourites Bread Flower will be on-hand throughout the colder months to provide delicious bagels, floral workshops and indie winter markets via their new residency at Kampus.

Headed by baker Maya Black and florist Scarlett Jamieson, Bread Flower will deliver a festive programme at the Bungalow from 26 Nov, complete with cafe, florist, bagel shop and packed event calendar.

Open from Thu-Sun in the lead up to Christmas, the ‘Merry Kampus’ residency will see the team serving up topped open bagel sandwiches to eat in or take away, alongside a changing list of specials like salt beef sandwiches and French toast. The now-famous bakes will also be available to buy by the half or full dozen to take home and make your own craetions.

There will also be bouquets, wreaths and table centrepieces available for pre-order, as well as smaller bunches available in store.

The bundles that proved a hit during their original stint at Kampus are also back, combining bagels, schmears (flavoured cream cheese) and hand-tied flowers. Manchester Smokehouse salmon will also now be available in the packages, alongside a vegan option with carrot lox (vegan ‘smoked salmon’).

Christmas morning is covered too, via festive hampers with added extras like sparkling wine from Le Social, along with Blossom Coffee and sticky buns. These will be available to pre-order for collection on 23/24 Dec.

Throughout the residency there will be an optional £1 added to each bill at the Bread Flower cafe which will be donated to Wood Street Mission which helps support families living on a low income in Manchester and Salford.

Floristry workshops will be running throughout December and Emma from Thorlby Yoga will be on-hand to provide restbite from the Christmas chaos.

The Bread Flower events programme will include:

The workshops programme will include:

Fri 26 Nov - Fri 24 Dec, Kampus ,
Aytoun St, Manchester M1 3GL
Bradley Lengden
Published on:
Tue 16 Nov 2021