THE JUNCTION

The Junction is an exciting new community space in Didcot.

Located just steps away from Didcot Parkway station, The Junction is ideally situated and offers an affordable option for local community groups looking to run services or programmes in a warm and inviting space.

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Groups using The Junction have access to...

  • A large, open space to run activities and programmes from
  • A shared kitchen
  • Fast wifi
  • W/C facilities
  • Storage
  • Regular cleaning and sanitisation
  • The wider Makespace Oxford community

MONTHLY RATES

As part of the county-wide 'Meanwhile in Oxfordshire...' programme, we are pleased to be able to let this space below market rate.
STANDING WEEKLY DAY BOOKING
£350 £125
/ Per month/ Per year
This rate gives residents access to a standing booking of one full day per week, i.e. every Monday or Tuesday

This amounts to around £75/day, which is roughly 60 per cent of the going market rate of rental spaces in the area.

We may also be able to offer further rent subsidies to individuals or organisations that have positive cultural, social or environmental impact at their core. These include (but are not limited to)…

  • Artists, makers & creatives
  • Freelancers in the social, cultural or environmental sectors
  • Charities focused on social, cultural or environmental benefit
  • Organisations with inclusive employment or training opportunities

If you’re unsure whether you fit this criteria, you can get in touch with our Communities Delivery Manager at alex@makespaceoxford.org.

Interested renting space at The Junction?

Fill out our application form

If you are unable to fill out this form or would prefer to speak to someone over the phone, please contact 07842 111 660

This space is part of the ‘Meanwhile in Oxfordshire…’ programme, a county-wide initiative seeking to reanimate underused space in our urban centres. The programme was developed by Oxford City Council, with funding secured by OxLEP from the central government’s Getting Building Fund.

 

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