St Pauls Learning Centre was transferred to the Ethical Property Company in 2015 and is now going from strength to strength. We have an inspiring range of classes, workshops and courses happening in 2018. We have organisations who are based here who are offering interesting artistic and creative courses, as well as tutors who hire the spaces on a sessional basis to offer activities. What SPLC offers is a range of spaces for things to happen in. There is a focus on learning, as you might expect. However, if you want to throw a kids party, we have a hall to hold it in. If you want to run a class, we have a range of classrooms available. If you want to hold a meeting with up to 65 participants, we have the spaces for these things to happen in. The building is wheelchair accessible and open 7 days a week: Monday to Thursday 9-9pm, Friday 9-5pm and Saturday and Sunday 10-5pm.
SPLC also has light and airy offices available to let. If you are looking for an office in St Pauls, please give Red a ring on 0117 9144416 or email.
The Makershed is a creative space for doing, making and learning new skills. They offer workshops and courses in woodworking, upholstery, upcycling and DIY within a supportive learning and making environment.
How long have you been located in St Pauls Learning Centre?
What is the aim of the organisation?
The Makershed is a creative space for doing, making and learning new skills. We offer workshops and courses in woodworking, upholstery, upcycling and DIY within a supportive learning and making environment.
What is your best memory or achievement of 2017?
Opening for our first classes in February 2017.
What are you most looking forward to in 2018?
Welcoming more new students into the workshop and seeing them find enjoyment and a sense of achievement through making things.
Why are you located in St Pauls? What is the best thing about location/area?
The great city centre location, fantastic facilities and friendly neighbours at the SPLC.