Two vacancies in the Homebaked flat!

apr. '21
Are you looking for an affordable & beautiful shared home that feels safe – with all bills & wi-fi included?

Homebaked Community Land Trust has two vacancies in a three bedroom shared apartment. It’s fully furnished. There are three double bedrooms, and these shared rooms:

- kitchen/diner
- living room
- utility room/store
- 2 bath/shower rooms
- Snug/study

Rent is £ 320.75 per month, including all service charges for utilities.

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Meet the people behind #gettingtheterracedone - part 16

feb. '21
In the latest in our 'Meet the CLT Board' series, here's our youngest board member, Bradley Barrett, in his own words...

"Hello, I'm Bradley; I am 21 years old and I grew up in Aintree and then moved to Kirkdale in my early teenage years. I have a background in community and youth engagement and I am currently studying BA Architecture at University of The Arts, London.
After leaving school in 2015, I struggled to decide how to turn my passions into a career. It was in 2018, shortly after joining Homebaked to work on the development of the flat and 'HomeSquare' that I finally had my 'Aha!' moment: I realised I wanted to become an architect. After 18 months of nurturing and support from Homebaked, I applied and was accepted on to a Foundation Diploma in Art and Design at Central Saint Martins Art School in London - and stayed in London to study for my BA.
Since being in London, I felt disconnected from my community and the CLT. I wanted a way to give something back and still be a part of the organisation, so I applied to be a board member - and was voted in in December!
I am honoured to be on the board, working with the amazing team to #gettheterracedone!

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Meet the people behind #gettingtheterracedone - part 15

jan. '21
Today, the spotlight in our series 'Meet the CLT' falls on Jemma Cosgrove, one of our newest board members - but historically an active CLT member and local resident.

"Hi, I'm Jemma and I'm a married, full-time mum with two young children - and a bulldog puppy! I've lived in Anfield all my life and have worked in a variety of jobs - from school administrator, to working in Walton Hospital, to singing and being a make-up artist. I've always felt safe and comfortable growing up in Anfield & my friendly neighbours keep me here; I live in a multicultural street which includes Greek, Syrian and Spanish neighbours - and I know that I could knock on any one of my neighbours' doors for help if I needed it and help would be given. The essence of Anfield IS the genuinely lovely people who live here - and now, through Homebaked, there's a bit of hope for where we live. I feel that local people ARE wanting to stay in the area. I also hope that local business people will see what Homebaked is doing and want to stay here and help develop the area too.
When I saw the bakery being revived, I knew I HAD to be involved. (I remember going to the bakery when I was 10 or 11 and buying a bag of meringues for 30p!) There had been nothing in the area then for older and younger people and this felt like a bit of a lifesaver for the community - exciting and wonderful - and I got involved with some of the projects. The Design Team for the terrace let us be creative and to swap opinions and ideas in a non-judgemental way: nothing was ever wrong - and to design something that was actually going to be there felt inspiring & refreshing. It was a real team effort!
As a new CLT board member, my own particular interest is in mental health, and also in intergenerational work - bringing young and older people together in the community. I feel that Homebaked is a little bit of Heaven in Anfield and I would love the terrace to thrive and be a community space, full of life and greenery!"

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Living in Homebaked homes!

mar. '21
Join our info events on zoom to find out more ! Thursday 4th March 2021 and Thursday 11th March 2021 from 7-8.30pm.

Work will start on site within a few months and the homes are scheduled to be ready by June 2022; Homebaked aims to lease the scheme to a housing co-operative - so that people renting the homes have a real commitment to the local community.

The sessions are slightly different, one explains the model, the second goes more in-depth into how we can work together to make this happen!

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A Homebaked kinda day ... 27th February 2021

feb. '21
Liverpool City Region's Community Led Housing Hub, Breaking Ground, launches with a community led housing festival from 20th-28th February 2021.

Homebaked CLT is pleased to be contributing four events to the Breaking Ground Festival on Saturday 27th February. Each event is rooted in the values at the heart of our terrace and community, discussing the right to housing, the future of our high streets, sustainability in practice and our creative DNA. National and international friends join us to share their stories to inspire and explore the possible for Anfield, Everton & beyond.

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Christmas House Party

dec. '19
It is time to celebrate! Please join us for all things hot, including art! And for some chats and quality time spent with neighbours, friends and family. Bring a friend! Bring a stranger! There will be pies.

At the Homebaked CLT House, 189 Oakfield Rd, L5 0UF
18 December 2019, from 8pm

Hosted by Dead Pigeon Gallery and Homebaked Community Land Trust

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People Power Vol.2 is here!

oct. '21
People Power vol. 2 is a publication created by members of Homebaked CLT, local organisation and residents and with contributions from across Liverpool and beyond. Inspired by A Homebaked Kinda Day in February 2021 we explore what it means to live, work and play well in a complex and challenging world. In this issue of ‘People Power’, we celebrate some of the many great things that happen here in our neighbourhoods, as well as share some of the amazing initiatives going on elsewhere and that we can learn from.

We dedicate this publication to Mark Loudon, our dear friend and long-term collaborator who passed away at the beginning of this year. Throughout this newspaper, you will find some of the moments in our community seen through the lens of Mark Loudon. Enjoy!

If you would like a paper copy for some old school breakfast reading, just contact us on Facebook!

With special thanks to the Arts Council, Roy McCarthy, Scottie Press and Ethos magazine.

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What are Community Shares?

mar. '21
Gearing up for our community share offer - a great way for people to invest in the things they believe in and have a democratic say over the business - we learned from our advisor Jo Bird everything you need to know about this great cooperative financial tool. Do you want to find out more? Just watch this video!

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Liverpool Echo and Semble article

jan. '21
Big thanks to Liverpool Echo & Semble for this lovely piece about our work - and play!

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