How a chef with cerebral palsy has founded a bakery
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How a chef with cerebral palsy has founded a bakery

Jacob Anthony from South Wales is a professional chef. He also has ataxic cerebral palsy - a condition that affects his hand-eye co-ordination.

Unable to keep up with the hectic pace as a banqueting chef, he founded a bakery called Loaf And Ladder, making handcrafted bread.

The business is less than a month old, and Jacob is struggling with a common problem: making the transition from claiming state benefits to earning a living from a new business.

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