Gift vouchers make the perfect present for a friend, work colleague or loved one as it gives them the flexibility to choose a course and a date that suits them.
As our courses book up quite quickly, people are buying themselves a course voucher as voucher holders get sent the next run of course dates before they go out on general release. So, having a voucher gives you first refusal on any course availability before we open it up to the general public.
(By purchasing a course voucher you agree to the terms and conditions that can be found at the bottom of this page)
Select the type of voucher you would like to purchase and click on Buy Now. You will then be taken to the PayPal checkout page where you can change quantities if ordering multiple vouchers,
No PayPal Account? No problem. There is an option to pay by Visa/Debit card on the PayPal page without needing to sign up for an account.
Terms and conditions
Our courses book up well in advance. Filling your place at short notice is very difficult.
If you cancel within 14 days of the course date and we are not able to fill your place you will forfeit your course booking and no refund will be made. If we are able to fill your place we will offer you the opportunity to re-book, or will offer you a refund minus a £15 administration fee.
You can request to reschedule your course to another date or have your course refunded if this is done more than 14 days before the course date. Gift vouchers are not refundable.
We may occasionally have to postpone a bakery course or cancel it altogether due to unforeseen circumstances. If this happens then you will be offered the opportunity to book onto another date or request a refund.
We will send you an email in the week leading up to a course with information about parking, start and finish times and other useful information.
This email will also ask that you reply stating any special dietary requirements or any other useful information such as special access etc. that we may need to be aware of. Failing to advise of these may result in us not being able to cater for you properly on the day, for which we won't be held responsible.
Unless a course is specifically stated as suitable for children, then all bakery school students under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult who is also attending the course. Whilst we encourage the more mature, passionate young bakers to attend, we cannot allow them to be a distraction to the rest of the group, If this happens we will ask them and their accompanying adult to leave.