Loaf moves to downtown Fernie

Loaf Bakery is moving from its current location on Sixth Avenue to downtown Fernie.

  • Feb. 7, 2012 2:00 p.m.

Loaf Bakery is moving from its current location on Sixth Avenue to downtown Fernie.

The bakery will be moving to 641 Second Avenue, the same building that was once home to Fernie Quality Bakery.

Loaf Bakery will be carrying out renovations over the next few months before moving the cafe and store to the new downtown location.

“There have been a lot of rumours flying around about where we might be moving, and we are really excited to have this new, central location – especially as it is the former Fernie Bakery which feels very appropriate,” said owner Phil Gadd.

“Until then, it’s business as usual at our present location but we will keep you updated on our renovations, which are being carried out by the great team of architect Nick Vale of LeBlond Partnership, quantity surveyor and project manager Dorian Medlicott of Medlicott Homes and structural engineer Clark Weber.”

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