17th February 2019
Since we’ve expanded our offering to be able to provide meeting and conference space in The Loft, our dedicated central Winchester events space, we’ve been looking for ways to invite people to use it and engage with our Winchester community more.
Out of this has come the idea for Together Tuesdays, a free new workspace opportunity in the heart of Winchester. Starting on May 7th we will open the doors for free to all local freelancers, business people, or anyone looking for a desk to work on for the afternoon.
So between the hours of 1:30 - 5:30pm come along and experience the space first hand. Spaces will be allocated on a first come first served basis so get there early to avoid disappointment!
We’re hoping this will be helpful for the local people of Winchester as similar co–working space in central Winchester is currently at a premium. We’ll be putting on free tea, coffee and cake to literally sweeten the deal, but most importantly there’ll also be free WiFi.
For those of you that don’t know the space, The Loft is situated right above the Studio Republic office, in the heart of Winchester behind the High Street. It can accommodate small and large meetings, conferences, training and other events of up to 40 people. It features a large main area with projector and whiteboard and a separate break out room for private 1 on 1 meetings. It also has free Wi-Fi and kitchen facilities.
If you come and work in The Loft on Tuesday afternoons and are having such a good time that you don’t want to go home, you’re in luck! Directly following Together Tuesday’s is Winchester Creatives our free networking event open to the public. We invite a guest speaker to share their experience and insights of working in the creative industry. We also have free pizza and beer kindly provided by The Stable and Red Cat Brewery respectively. More information can be found on the Winchester Creatives site.
The first Together Tuesday will be the 7th May between 1:30 and 5pm.
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