Five new spaces upcomingWe're always on the look out for new IC spaces, supporting indie workers to work closer to home. Here's a run down of some upcoming locations.
Take it easy in the vibrant Ore Knot Creative Hub. The coworking space houses 4 desks, with space for 6-8 in the upstairs meeting/training room, and 10-15 downstairs. Equidistant from Carmarthen train station and Carmarthen bus station, Ore Knot Creative is a 7 minute walk from either, so you can start and end your day with a breath of fresh air.
Coming 19th November
Breathe life into your self employed endeavours by working out of the Bettws Life Centre, a vibrant community hub that houses community spaces, meeting rooms, a cafe and library. Managed by a registered charity, the Awen Cultural Trust, the Life Centre’s coworking space is a first floor office comprising 4 desks with free wifi (supplied by The Cloud). Off-road car parking is available and the Life Centre is only 100 yards from a bus stop with frequent services from Bridgend town centre. Next door to the Life Centre is an independent registered nursery that can care for children from 6 weeks to 8 years old on a full or part-time basis.
Ely/Caerau: the Dusty Forge
Coming 26th November
Kill the commute from the west of Cardiff into the city centre by working at the ‘community living room’ that is the Dusty Forge, a vibrant community hub run by local people for local people, on Cowbridge Road West. In collaboration with the local development trust, Action in Caerau and Ely (ACE), Indycube offers a coworking and hotdesking space comprising four to six desks and three meeting rooms seating between 6 and 12 people. There is limited off-road parking available at the Dusty Forge, which is also served by a number of bus services that serve the city centre. Like with all Indycube spaces free wifi, tea and coffee is available at icElyCaerau which is accompanied at the Dusty Forge by a Men’s Shed, community shop, volunteers, training room, garden and workshop.
Launching 26th November
Our coworking space at the historic Bridgwater Arts Centre is a first floor space comprising 6 desks in a vibrant arts centre that was the UK’s first funded arts centre opening in 1946. Like all Indycube coworking spaces it has free tea, coffee and wifi and has meeting space available (bookable through the arts centre). It also has an outside terrace and garden available to desk users, as well as Apple Macs available to use on a casual basis (bookable through the arts centre). Shower facilities are also available. Cowork against a backdrop of a practising choir, drama rehearsals or exhibitions and unleash your inner creativity.
Blaenau Gwent: Llanhilleth Institute
Coming soon: TBC
This large coworking space is located in the historic Llanhilleth Institute in the Ebbw Fach valley in Blaenau Gwent. Built in 1906 the Institute is run by a board of trustees and hosts conferences, weddings, a cafe, heritage centre, the arts and live entertainment; as well as acting as a focus and resource for the whole of the community. The Institute is located adjacent to a train station on the twice hourly Ebbw valley train service and has its own car park. The groundfloor coworking space is equipped with wifi, a meeting room, kitchen and dedicated access independent from the rest of the Institute and is shared with staff from the Institute and other third sector workers.