We are two Janes – Jane Kippax and Jane Chong – like-minded friends who met through being mothers of children with Down Syndrome.

Lottie and Andrew have opened our eyes to a world of possibilities. We see what they are capable of. We see their ability not their disability.

Over the years, we’ve developed a wealth of patience and humour, and more than a touch of ingenuity. We want everyone to see people like Lottie and Andrew in the same way we do. So we’ve put our minds together, and with our passion for delicious food, have started Step and Stone.


Our Bristol-based bakery, Step and Stone, makes handmade lavosh flatbreads with a social purpose. We work with young people with learning disabilities, helping to develop their skills and confidence so they can eventually find employment in the mainstream catering world. We’re a community interest company, so all our profits are ploughed straight back into the bakery.

While our aim is social, our food is nothing short of delicious. We’re focused on organic and, when possible, locally-sourced ingredients. We have a passion for eating well.


Soon we’ll be opening an inclusive Step and Stone cafe, serving mouthwatering, modern food and drinks in a bustling part of Bristol.

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Our lavosh flatbreads are ideal for picnics, pre-dinner nibbles, late night snacks or, in fact, any time of day. Enjoy them by themselves, or with cheese, pickles, dips, soups or whatever delicacy takes your fancy.

Find out where to buy our lavosh!