Hire our classroom!
Our fully equipped studio space is available to hire during the day on weekdays and some weekends, for sewing groups, craft groups, individuals and photographers.
A bright, airy, spacious and self contained ground floor space, the OSC workroom / classroom is wheelchair accessible and fully equipped for sewing classes and groups or for individuals who need space to work temporarily. It has 6 tables but can seat up to eight depending upon use.
There is a small kitchenette which is also fully equipped with tea/coffee making facilities and there is also a fully stocked haberdashery shop next door incase of emergency!
Available weekdays and some weekends.
Please get in touch for rates and availability.
Facilities included in regular room hire price:
- Tables and seating for up to eight people
- Sewing library
- Power points
- Crockery for refreshments
- Sink with hot and cold water
- Toilet facilities
- Ample parking
- Pretty outside seating area
Additional facilities available for extra cost
- Gravity feed iron
- Up to 8 sewing machines
- Miscellaneous sewing supplies
- Ironing board
- Vintage crockery and linen for vintage tea parties
The room is secure and heated.
Photographers and models!
This room can also be used as a photographic studio, changing room and shoot location - there are woods and open spaces nearby which are perfect for all sorts of creative shoots!
Although the studio is primarily set up as a sewing space, the tables can be moved around and there is a large plain white wall for use as a backdrop.
Ceilings are high enough for a wide range of photographic work and there is ample space for full length shots of models.
Good natural light comes from the large picture window.
Surrounding spaces for shooting include:
- Wooded areas (laden with snowdrops in spring)
- Industrial areas
- Textured backdrops - wooden barns, gravel, mud
- Pretty garden area with patio
- North Leigh common close by
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Professional photography by Roger Askew and Greg Blatchford. Please do not reproduce without permission