Artisan bakery The Welbeck Bakehouse fired up its wood-burning oven for the first time last week, making a range of organic handmade sourdough breads and offering bakery courses.The new bakehouse is situated on the Welbeck Estate in Worksop, Nottinghamshire, which has a farm shop, café and gallery. It is currently staffed with two bakers and one baker’s assistant, although the bakehouse has the capacity to expand production, said a spokesperson for the estate, who added that the possibility of the bakehouse having its own shop in the future had been discussed.The products, baked in wood-fired brick ovens, will be sold at the bakery and the Welbeck Estate farm shop as well as local farmers’ markets. Bakery courses will also be run from the estate at The School of Artisan Food, which is due to open in September.The range of breads will include its flagship loaf the Welbeck sourdough, a traditional British granary loaf, Polish rye and an Italian ciabatta, and will be made with flour, water, salt and sometimes a small amount of yeast; no improvers, additives or processing aids will be used.Author and Real Bread Cam-paign founder Andrew Whitley has been a founding consultant for the project. “He will run his Baking for a Living courses at The School of Artisan Food, which will offer degree courses in areas such as cheese making, brewery and sourdough production,” said the spokesperson.The bakehouse will also be used by the students on the bakery courses.
Lease of the tourist resort Perna with the hotel Komodor and the camp Orebić Today, the Ministry of State Property announced a public call for bids for the lease and purchase of real estate owned by the Republic of Croatia. The deadline for submission of bids is June 20, 2018 by 14.00:XNUMX p.m. These are a public call for the lease of real estate on the island of Smokvica in Šibenik-Knin County, the purchase of the Hotel Hrvatska in Baška Voda, the lease of the tourist resort Perna with Hotel Komodor and Camp Orebić and the lease of Camp Uvala Slana with Apart Hotel Club Vala in Selce.The most attractive is the island of Smokvica, which is leased for 30 years, and the annual price is 4 million and 910 thousand kuna. The Perna tourist resort with the Komodor hotel and the Orebić camp is also leased for five years, with a starting price of 8 million and 40 thousand kuna. Camp Uvala Slana with the hotel Club Vala is also leased at a price of 943 thousand kuna per year. For sale is Hotel Hrvatska in Baška Voda with a starting price of 42 million 392 thousand and 625 kuna.Public invitation for submission of bids for lease and purchase of real estate owned by the Republic of Croatia 4/18 Purchase of hotel Hrvatska in Baška voda Lease of real estate on the island of Smokvica in Šibenik-Knin County Lease of the Uvala Slana camp with the Club Vala apart hotel in Selce