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AFFORDABLE SPACE TO RUN YOUR WORKSHOP

AFFORDABLE SPACE TO RUN YOUR WORKSHOP

“Compact but well-equipped, this space is just right for small meetings. There is also a variety places to eat downstairs in the market.” Sussex Cohousing

Strike a Light – Arts & Heritage has affordable space available to rent in its’ Brighton’s Open Market based studio (mezzanine level) between 9-7.30pm on weekdays and 9-5pm on weekends throughout the year.

If you’d like a cosy, central Brighton space to try out a new workshop activity, run training sessions, access hot desk space space, or to run a regular creative session for up to ten people each time (that’s our limit due to room size), then get in touch!

The space is currently available for the affordable price of £7.50 per hour for a minimum of three hours per session. This will increase to £8 per hour from 2020.

‘We loved it!’ Brighton Housing Trust

The studio offers Wifi broadband, a disability access lift, WC, heating, tables and chairs, flip chart holder.

We also offer a kitchen area with microwave, sink with running hot and cold water, and kettle, cups and teapots etc for your own refreshments.

Refreshments can also be provided for you as an extra cost, as can flip chart paper.

If you would like to find out more about this facility or view the space, please contact the Creative Director of Strike a Light – Arts & Heritage: strikealight@rocketmail.com / 07727006538

https://strikealight.org/

Trailblazers – celebrating Sussex women

We’re launching 10 new digital Trailblazers resources which celebrate contemporary Sussex women and their achievements.Here you can view and download the cards individually or as one whole pack to share and promote Sussex women’s achievements in their respective fields.

We have the following amazing women to celebrate:

Artist and Charity CEO Kate Adams MBE,  Activist and Lawyer Jo Wilding, Entrepreneur Jo Fairley, TV and Radio personality Zoe Ball, Recycling goddess Cat Fletcher, Actress Pauline HenriquesMP Caroline Lucas, Business woman and social justice campaigner Dame Anita Roddick DBE, Performer, Writer and parenting campaigner Maggie Gordon-Walker, Fuel poverty campaigner and CEO of BHESCo

We’re pleased to have a wide array of women and skills in this contemporary arena whilst whilst drawing parallels with other notable local women of the past at the same time.

These are free to download and share so please do so.

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This is part of a wider nationwide project –Trailblazers: World War One’s Inspirational Women about inspirational women and their impact on the societies around them.

Trailblazers encourages young people to explore the incredible lives of women, to discover Trailblazing women in your locality, and to develop as future Trailblazers.

Share your stories with us on social media using #Women100 and tell us who your trailblazer is with #Trailblazers.

Supported by Big Ideas and the Remember Together project which is funded by Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) with additional funding for select projects to work in the Home Nations from RAF100, through the Chancellor using LIBOR funds, and a National Lottery grant from the Big Lottery Fund.