Our campus provides space for us to solve problems and create opportunities for people, communities and organisations. Some offer exciting experiences whilst others provide a space to learn, teach or create. They are all different in their own unique way, but collectively they enable us to deliver real and lasting social change.
Visit one of our spaces and you’ll discover places to co-work, learn, meet a friend for coffee, access our coaching and support, enjoy creative experiences and network with like-minded individuals and organisations.
People make our spaces and, with a growing community of Members using our campus to work, kickstart their career, create and collaborate, you’ll find a warm welcome waiting for you.
Taking a pause, for the benefit of our community:
Since we’ve reopened the doors to our spaces, we’ve been overwhelmed by a huge interest from people who want to connect and use our spaces. It is wonderful to hear from everyone, but after a somewhat challenging and unpredictable year we need to take a bit of time to reflect on how best we can develop a programme to support the communities we work with.
This is not to say we don’t want to hear from you! We’d love for you to engage with our membership and visit us – but for now, we’re not in a position to take bookings.
If you’re interested in being part of the programme, please sign up to our mailing list by signing up as a member and we’ll be in touch with future opportunities.
Become a member
As a member you will have access to our support, insider knowledge, experiences and spaces.
We want to grow our community, so our members can share our create workshops online, mentoring and consultancy. In addition to our community and news, you can access our co-working spaces, studios and teaching spaces.
Located in Plymouth’s historic Royal William Yard, Ocean Studios is home to an array of resident and visiting artists who regularly host workshops, exhibitions and events for Plymouth’s creative community.
478 libraries have closed in England, Scotland and Wales since 2010. We’re working to make sure Liskeard Library does not meet the same fate.
Our plans for the Library will see the ground floor renovated into a contemporary, flexible library and reading space – for children and adults alike – with the development of outdoor seating in the rear courtyard. The first floor will be designed for co-working, with shared facilities for entrepreneurs, start-ups and established businesses as well as space for community learning.