The oldest British bakery, 424 years of age, reinvents itself
Visit the Devon location

The oldest British bakery, 424 years of age, reinvents itself Visit the Devon location

The oldest British bakery, 424 years of age, reinvents itself
Visit the Devon location

Jacka has a new market and hopes to be the best at showcasing small-scale, independent businesses in the South West.

2Chill user Faith Strickland gave the “cute little shop” in a grade II listed building on Southside Street five stars. The family-run bakery was awarded five stars by Faith Strickland. They bake a variety of traditional breads and pastries daily.

It also has a small section that sells soups, milk, and bacon. This makes it a great place to grab a delicious lunch.

Jacka sells her products in many local cafes and restaurants.

A short walk will take you to Plymouth’s National Marine Aquarium. Here, enjoy a delicious treat while on your day off.

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Publited Sat, 07 August 2021 at 10:12:54 (+10000).

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