Wild Folk Coworking is a creative shared workspace located in the heart of Lewes, a South Downs National Park town in East Sussex. Our members come from a range of industries and most are freelancers or small business owners.
Coworking means more than just renting out a desk space, it's a philosophy and it's changing the way we do business forever, and for the better.
Wild Folk Coworking is built around the following values:
- Sharing ideas and knowledge
- A sense of community
- A place to engage in interesting talks & workshops
- The good stuff!
A few nice comments:
@portersbespoke: Love being part of the @wildfolkco community. Confidence building, skill sharing and lovely people.
@HollyWood50 Great to be back at @wildfolkco again always inspiring to be with @alicesstudio
'A gorgeous light and airy coworking space. It's going to be a fun and creative place to work' Ellen Brookes, fashion designer and trend forecaster
'This place is incredible' Becky Belfield, children's clothing designer
What exactly is coworking though?
'In recent years, the important role that the physical working enironment plays in allowing for greater creatively and effectiveness has started to be recognised. Nowhere is this more evident than through an emerging alternative work style called coworking, which is set to have a profound effect on what we consider a workplace to be.
Coworking spaces are shared workspaces that bring together diverse groups of individuals and startup companies….They are made up of people who could potentially work in isolation, in a home office or cafe, but who understand the huge value and power of collaboration: from change encounters, conversations over coffee, eating lunch together or being connected through events organised within the spaces or by the hosts of their chosen space.'
The Style of Coworking, Alice Davies and Kathryn Tollervey
London Evening Standard interview
Image: House in Woods sculpture by Emma Carlow