“The Common Room” is a series of Norfolk-based community popup days, open to all, creating innovative projects and events. Following on from the successful prototype day last November, we will be hosting another day of making, learning, sharing and socializing at the 15th Century St Laurence’s Church in St Benedict’s Street, Norwich, on Saturday, 23rd February, 2013, from 11am until 4pm.
The Common Room is an experiment in creating a community space,
made and shaped through local collaboration, connection and
resourcefulness: a social engine room for developing our community’s
ideas and projects. It was initially created by Social Spaces and 00:/
in partnership with the Churches Conservation Trust, and is now run by a
Norwich based community group formed from some of those who were deeply
inspired by the prototype day.
Just a few of the events on Saturday, 23rd February, will include: a trade school, weaving, origami, herbs for resilience, disruptive
education, grassroots communications and media, a book exchange, pod building, DIY events, a speaker’s
corner, maker’s market, music and food workshops, as well as a chance to
meet and talk with other interesting members of our community over a
cup of tea and launch your own ideas!
For further information contact Jeppe Graugaard firstname.lastname@example.org
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