The bread maker is an artisan bakery and coffee house which provides meaningful work and training for adults with learning disability.
At the bread maker there are twenty one apprentices with a learning disability, supported by a staff of seventeen people and a group of volunteers who give their time freely.
Within the bakery and coffee house apprentices, staff and volunteers work together with shared goals: to create and sell a range of innovative hand crafted bread and rolls and a wide selection of confectionery, sandwiches, soups and salads, freshly made in-house with high quality ingredients; and to provide these for sale in a warm and welcoming environment with the highest standards of customer service.
The bread maker is operated by a charity, Aberdeen Day Project Ltd., which was established in 2000. Its aim is to assist their apprentices to cope with the challenges of working within a business environment through a combination of support, training and therapy, with the intention that in time a number will find employment in other businesses in Aberdeen.
Monday to Saturday, 8.30am to 5.00pm with apprentices working and training within these times.
50-52 Rosemount Viaduct