LYNNE Watson, above, originally from Montrose in Scotland, came to the bakery as a work experience volunteer but will now be covering Johanna’s maternity leave. She wants to set up her own enterprise in Manchester.
“I have always been into food, from a very young age,” she explained.
“I worked in a shop that sold good bread and it made me realise how bad, bad bread can be. I started baking at home, did a couple of courses, and now it’s what I want to do.” (JH280911Ebakery-01)
PAUL Morgan, from Honley, pictured making 100% rye sour dough bread, is one of the director bakers. He and his wife Alison, who is also a director, started making their own bread at home after feeling dissatisfied with shop-bought bread.
They knew Dan and Johanna and asked if they could help out as volunteers.
After being made redundant from a managerial post in the automotive industry, Paul became a full-time baker. “I wanted to learn more about it and found I really enjoyed it,” he said. (JH280911Ebakery-02)