The Thirsk Coworking was founded (by me – Nicki Cawood) in 2017. The Thirsk Coworking Group is a FREE regular event open to all who have work to get on with and are looking for some accountability, who want to get their head down and get on, and who perhaps are a little tired of seeing the same office walls day in and day out. Working for yourself may be isolating and that is something I have been keen to address.
Working alongside like-minded individuals in a friendly and supportive environment is something that many regulars have come to look forward to and I certainly have benefitted from.
Sessions run throughout the month at various venues. The latest dates are always pinned to the top of this page.
What the Thirsk Coworking Group is Not
- The Thirsk Coworking Group is NOT a networking group. This is not somewhere you may bring marketing materials, pitch to others and advertise your business. There are a number of wonderful networking groups in the area, however, this isn’t one of them.
- The Thirsk Coworking Group is not a membership group and you don’t need to pay anything. This is a free and informal get together that has proven very popular. Some people come every time, some people come less frequently.
Where and When
I am very grateful to the Thirsk Community Library for allowing me to host these sessions upstairs in the library, taking advantage of the free WIFI, the great atmosphere and more. Downstairs you will find an excellent cafe and toilets. There is a lift as well as stairs enabling access to the upstairs floor of the library.
Caffe Nero in Thirsk have also allowed me to host regular sessions there and these have proven to be very popular.
Watch out for more information on new dates for 2020 and a new regular coworking venue (sessions will still be free).
The benefits of coworking can’t be denied which is why the Thirsk Coworking Group has proven to be so popular. Feel free to email me at email@example.com if you have any questions about coworking in general or the Thirsk Coworking Group. Regular updates can be found on the Facebook page.
Thank you to Gemma Symmonds, a talented local freelance designer (and TCG fan) for the new logo.