GAIL’s will open their third bakery in the North of England on King Street in Manchester city centre on June 7th.

The new bakery will serve GAIL’s artisan sourdough breads, pastries, sandwiches, and cakes alongside its speciality house blend coffee. An outside terrace on the historic shopping street will add the opportunity for commuters to start the day with one of GAIL’s famous Cinnamon Buns alfresco. A lower floor will provide the opportunity for events and gatherings to serve the local business and leisure community.

Ahead of their opening, GAIL’s will be participating in Manchester’s famous Flower Show; collaborating with local artist Amy Coney who will be painting a floral mural onto the windows. Award winning local florist Chloe Robinson, who has worked with Cheshire growers to create hand posies, will also be there. The flowers will be given away with a loaf of GAIL’s Waste Less Sourdough between 11-1pm on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th May, (whilst stocks last).

The King Street bakery will be open early, trading from 6.30am until 6pm Sunday-Friday and until 7pm on Saturdays.

GAIL’s will also open a fourth bakery on Friday 21st June, taking over a former bank on Wilmslow Road in Didsbury.

The opening of GAIL’s bakeries in the region reinforces its long-standing ties to the area following GAIL’s wholesale bakery, which opened in Openshaw in 2017. It has since supplied high quality, artisan breads to some of the region’s top restaurants, cafés and hotels. The new bakeries will create new careers for people in craft baking, specialty coffee and bakery management.

GAIL’s believes in supporting local charities in their neighbourhoods. Their bakery in Openshaw has been supporting FareShare as well as local schools, presenting and teaching students about the benefit of healthier craft bread. A newly established partnership with Manchester based EatWellMCR will allow the distribution of any surplus food to those in the region who need it most in Manchester and surrounding neighbourhoods.

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