They have become a local gem: the three bakehouses in altenhof, weidach, and schlettach. At the end of the construction work, the mayor, councillors, planners, guests of honor and craftsmen met for an inauguration ceremony.
the measures were made possible by a grant from the bavarian state ministry of food, economics and forestry in connection with the community task "improvement of the agricultural structure and coastal protection", initiated by the federal republic. After all, subsidies of 49,000 euros flowed in at a total cost of 75,000 euros. The masterpiece, however, was delivered by the Schlettach bakery friends under the chairmanship of rainer schellenberger, who, with the help of master oven setters walter and marcus goldhammer, managed to reanimate the oven so that it can be baked again as in earlier times. The first test baking succeeded. In altenhof, too, baking has already resumed after the renovation, as its chairman florian ruppert let it be known, but he also thanked all the contributors.
The funding was in the hands of the Amt fur landliche entwicklung (ALE) (Office for Rural Development). the application for the framework decision for the area of the initiative rodachtal for structural investments in bakery and brewery buildings was carried out by the engineering office for planning and environment erfurt.
At the official inauguration in altenhof, mayor wolfgang bauersachs said that the idea for the renovation had come from the rodachtal initiative and that of its nine bakehouses, the three in weitramsdorf in bavaria were the first to be renovated. "All the bakehouse friends did voluntary work for the community and the ALE and the municipality supported this", according to bauersachs. words were spoken by architect marcel ebert ("bake houses were close to the heart of the community"), the 2. Chairwoman of the rodachtal initiative christine bardin ("community is cultivated here") and dr. Christiane schilling of the ALE ("this is a promotion of the need").