Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some of the frequently asked questions, but if your question isn’t answered here please do not hesitate to contact me and I will get back to you as soon as possible.

What do I need to bring with me to the course?
You don’t need to bring anything with you. I supply aprons and bags for your bread and everything else you will need. You take home a booklet with tips, advice and recipes so you don’t need to bring a pen and pad. Sometimes people find it useful to bring a bag or basket to help with carrying the breads to their car.

Where do you run your courses?
Our courses are run from our bespoke kitchen in Ironbridge and I teach the bread making courses at Acton Scott. You can book the courses in Ironbridge by contacting me. Please contact Acton Scott directly to book a place on their courses.

How do I get to your courses?
When you book a course with us at Ironbridge I will send you the driving directions in an email so that you know how to get here. We are on the Buildwas Road. Contact me (Kath) on 01952 432910 if you need additional information. Acton Scott will send you details when you book a course with them.

Can I buy a gift voucher? 
Yes, you can buy gift vouchers for our evening/ half day courses or our full day courses at Ironbridge. Our gift vouchers are valid for twelve months from the date of purchase. A gift voucher cannot be refunded but it can be transferred to someone else.  Please contact Acton Scott directly about their courses.

How do I book a course or buy a gift voucher? 
If you would like to book a course or buy a gift voucher for the courses in Ironbridge then contact me (Kath) by email, info(at)vegpatchkitchen(dot)co(dot)uk, use the contact form or phone 01952 432910 to reserve your place.

How can I pay for my course or gift voucher?
You can pay for your course by BACS transfer or cheque. When you book your place or buy a gift voucher I will send you an invoice with the payment details.

Are you able to provide advice on bread making after the course?
Yes, of course. If you have any questions about your bread making when you are making your own bread at home then you can email me with any queries and I will respond as soon as I can. I love to hear how people are getting on with their bread making journey.

If you have any further questions the please do get in touch.