Desklodge Bristol has been moving from strength to strength as more people join us for coworking, hotdesking and networking events. Coworking has been received with open arms in Bristol and the surrounding areas and we are not alone in our vision of coworking spaces becoming the future for all workplaces.
Here are a few of the great coworking spaces in Bristol and the South West area, all offering similar ideas to help small businesses, start-ups and freelancers with each space still having their own unique coworking style, find your local coworking space and perhaps pop in to one of these other amazing spaces when you are in their local areas.
Raw Space are a new coworking space based on Gloucester Road, located above a row of the shops on the infamous, ‘longest road of independent shops in Europe’! With a number of different spaces, from hotdesking to comfy areas to lounge and relax, created for individual working styles. Raw Space like to get to know their coworkers, using their input and ideas to guide the space. They hold many events from mindfulness evenings, accounting courses, yoga classes and a running club!
111 Gloucester Road, Bristol, BS7 8AT https://raw-space.co.uk/
In Bristol one of Bristol’s cultural quarters, Stokes Croft, you will find Redbrick House Coworking Space, as well as offering hotdesking and meeting spaces, Redbrick’s niche is in the creative sector, with coworkers coming together in a space for creatives from illustrators, photographers, animators, filmmakers, artists and craftsman. The centrally located space offers a relaxed and contemporary workspace with three floors of coworking, with both solitary and interactive working, open plan art studios. Redbrick House also offers fixed desks and creative meeting spaces.
York Court, 6 Wilder St, Bristol BS2 8QH http://redbrickhouse.org.uk/
The Guild Bath
Centrally located in a historic area of Bath, this is a coworking space for both creatives and techies in the Bath area. The Guild is a vibrant has an exciting community of hotdeskers, it’s a real slick operation that is efficiently run, giving that coffee shop feel. The Guild encourage their members to run their own events, with perks that include free bike lockups, quirky meeting rooms and phone booths.
The Guild, High Street, Bath, BA1 5EB https://www.theguildhub.co.uk/en
Supporting freelancers and startups in tech, digital and creative fields, The Stable brings coworking to Weston-super-Mare. Based in a striking three-story redbrick building in Weston’s cultural quarter The Stable is within walking distance of the beach, parks and local cafes. The Stable offers hotdesking, offices and meeting rooms with an online directory that acts as a platform for all members encouraging people to network with other local businesses and beyond, encouraging members to run their own networking events and network with like-minded people.
3-6 Wadham Street, Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset, BS23 1JY http://www.thestableweston.com/en
From fun table tennis tables, inspiring art exhibitions and their own café, Spike Island is the creative hub for Bristol artists and makers. Housed in a former tea packing factory, Spike Island is home to large gallery spaces with over 70 artists and 50 businesses including artists, photographers, journalists, filmmakers and designers. The coworking space offers support and collaborative opportunities to all their members with benefits that include free hire of their conference rooms to one on one support for your business.
133 Cumberland Road . Bristol BS1 6UX http://www.spikeisland.org.uk/blogs/2016/08/05/workspace-available-spike-design/
We know we have missed some other awesome coworking spaces in the local and South West region. We will be blogging again on more super spaces very soon!
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