Welcome to the website for Slindon Bakery. The old bakery in the small village of Slindon, near Arundel, West Sussex was brought back to life by Andrew Turner-Cross in 1986.
Trade records for the old bakery at Slindon date back to the mid sixteenth century. Although the production has now moved to a more sustainable location in Chichester, Andy still runs a small bread stall every month outside the village bake house in Slindon. Even today, Slindon Bakery takes pride in keeping to the original artisan principles and using locally sourced ingredients wherever they can.
The Old Bakery in Slindon Village: The Old Bakery Slindon Top Road Arundel West Sussex BN18 0RP
Everything you expect and more all caringly made by hand
Mon to Fri: 9am - 4pm
Trade records for The Slindon Bakery date back to the mid sixteenth century. Since the 1950's it and most of the village has belonged to The National Trust. Andrew Turner-Cross re-founded the bakery over twenty-five years ago in the original Slindon village bake house, strictly to traditional baking principles.
The success of the bakery meant that for it to progress, and because of the buildings listed status, production had to move to larger premises.
Slindon Bakery now operates from a large modern location in Aldingbourne, just down the road from Slindon Village.
Despite this however, there has been no compromise to the original artisan principles. Our bread is still made by hand using locally sourced ingredients wherever possible, and carefully chosen for their quality, integrity and dietary benefit.