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Cowork with us in Bridgwater in the new year: Launching January 7th

Indycube is bringing coworking to Bridgwater in partnership with the historic Bridgwater Arts Centre. The space will be launched officially on 7th January at 12:30pm.

Built on the derelict site where Bridgwater Castle once stood, Bridgwater Arts Centre is a historic and vibrant building. Following staff redundancies in 2011, the doors reopened and the arts centre become totally volunteer-led in 2012, demonstrating the commitment and passion of the team there. In 2013, the Town Council offered financial support, and the space has gone from strength to strength since.

From the moment connector Russell first visited the space over the summer, he was struck by the heritage, energy and independent spirit of the Centre and its team of staff and trustees. This kind of creative space is exactly the sort of location where coworking works best. We hope it'll be the first of many more Indycube spaces in the south west of England.

See more on the history of the Arts Centre here

Our coworking space in Bridgwater will be on the first floor, comprising 6 desks, a meeting room (bookable directly through the venue,) and of course unlimited tea, coffee and wifi.

CEO and Artistic Director Adam Clarke said: “Having IndyCube at Bridgwater Arts Centre is going to bring a whole new dynamic to our building, encouraging new creatives and businesses to use our facilities as we aim to broaden and diversify not only our demographics, but also the activities that take pace on site. The community, values-led ethos of Indycube complements our aim of working more intensively to “serve” the people of Bridgwater and Sedgemoor, and we’re sure it will be a relationship from which great things will happen.”

Mark HooperWe'll be hosting a launch event on January 7th between 12:30 and 2:30 - join us to look around the space, find out more about Indycube and grab a coffee.

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