In 1850 Edwin Dyer started a bake house behind his house on School Road. This eventually became Wedges as we know today.
Edwin’s surname also lends itself to Dyers Lane where the bakery is located. In the early 1900’s the bakery passed to Mr F Alcott who ran it during World War One and into the 1930’s.
In 1943 Jim Wedge arrived at the bakery. The bakery was named Wedges and is still as popular now as it has ever been.
The bakery still uses techniques employed by the original bakers to create the delicious baked goods you can buy today.
Today the bakery produces on a daily basis: