THE team at Rebello Bakery had planned to be publicising the fact that what once was Judith’s Bakery in St John’s Street is now in a new location under a new name.

However, as with many plans in the current times we live in, focus has changed - and Rachel Stevens and her staff are getting the word out there that they are determined to help keep the people of Bridgwater well-fed through the coronavirus pandemic.

The bakery is one of many local businesses in the town finding ways to adapt to the current precarious economic climate.

The Bridgwater-based bakery has proudly been serving the community for more than 100 years under various guises, has recently been renamed Rebello.

Owner Rachel Stevens said: “The team at Bridgwater’s Rebello Bakery are passionately prepared to occupy the front lines, continuing to bake real bread and food; produced slowly, sourced locally, and made without chemicals and preservatives. 

“The team are determined to keep the people of Bridgwater well fed for the duration of the coronavirus pandemic, ensuring their customers can still enjoy and benefit from the nourishment of real bread, yummy cakes, the Bridgwater Manchip, homemade savouries and more.”

The bakery, which is now based on Boards Road in Bridgwater, will be doing daily deliveries around Sedgemoor, providing food to people’s workplaces, and homes.

Mrs Stevens added: “As the uncertainty around coronavirus increases, we are determined to continue delivering to our most vulnerable customers. 

“We are more than happy to assist anyone in the community who may be self-isolating and requires bread and other provisions delivered to their home.”

Mrs Stevens said on Friday that Rebello also had stocks of fresh milk, flour, local free range eggs and honey available too.

Customers can place orders with the bakery by phoning 01278 453090, and bread orders should be placed by 3pm for next day collection or delivery. 
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