Hot desks and shared studio space available

Stirling Cl, Wantage OX12 7AU

Community Coordinator: Molly Palmer
phone: 07835 203970

The Old Stables is an exciting new community space in Wantage.

This newly renovated building offers an affordable option for local social enterprises, artists, entrepreneurs, change-makers and community groups wanting to connect and flourish in the centre of Wantage.

The building contains a number of private studios and a co-working area, as well as a shared community lounge, conservatory and cafe. It also has a large green outdoor space with a community garden.

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Residents are all able to access:

Fast Wifi
Community Cafe
Shared Kitchenette
Community Garden
W/C Facilities
Collaborative Working Community

0 Private studios

0 Fixed-desk coworking

0 Beautiful community garden


As part of the county-wide 'Meanwhile in Oxfordshire...' programme, we are pleased to be able to let this space below market rate.
£185 £125
/ Per month/ Per year
This rate gives residents access to a fixed desk in our shared co-working space.
please enquire 125
/ Per year
Our private studio spaces vary in size. Please enquire to find out more.

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 Community Development Coordinator,

Interested renting space at The Old Stables?

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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