We deliver by bicycle to local homes six days a week. There's no minimum order and no charge for delivery; most people go for one or two loaves, once or twice a week on a repeating basis.
Our current delivery areas are: Brockley, Telegraph Hill, Nunhead, Crofton Park, Honor Oak, Hilly Fields and Ladywell.
To check availability of our delivery service in your area please see this map. If you're not sure, please email: email@example.com
Once we've confirmed we can deliver to your address simply choose your bread and patisserie and we'll get you up and running.
On Fridays and Saturdays we also bake croissants, pain au chocolat, pain aux raisins and cinnamon & cardamon boller.
There's more information about our breads here.
Check our home delivery prices here.
easy to set up
We need just a few details to get you set up:
- your full address and postcode
- which bread and patisserie (Friday and Saturday only) you'd like
- your preferred delivery day
All payment is once a month by direct debit and we'll only charge you for the deliveries you've actually received. We'll send you a link to set up your direct debit with your order confirmation.
It's easy to put your bread on hold for a while if you're away, or to make a change to your order by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org .
You don't have to be at home to receive delivery. From Monday to Friday we'll knock and leave your bread in your porch or under cover. If you don't have anywhere that's naturally sheltered, please leave out a clearly marked plastic box with a lid.
Weekday deliveries arrive between 9 and 11am. We don't knock on Saturdays as deliveries start from 6.30am and we aim to have all our deliveries on the doorstep before 9am.