The Circular Space
How to find The Circular Space:
Our premises in Shoreham-by-Sea, 'The Circular Space' is a community creative reuse and circular economy hub to bring joy to our community while looking after our planet!
The Circular Space has both a scrapstore selling on donated waste at low cost for creative reuse: 'The Scrap Space' and space for creative community activities in 'The Activity Space' and 'The Garden Space'. The Circular Space is so called as a reference to the circular economy and to circular community connection, as well as circles being fun to play with!
We have low cost activity sessions for all ages at The Circular Space. See 'Upcoming Events' for advance booking activities and see The Activity Space & The Garden Space page for more info.
The Circular Space is a community haven for all ages getting together and getting creative and is an Aladdin's cave of inspiration for making use of what is already around us and reducing what we throw away.
We are nearly one! Help us celebrate at our open day on Sunday 30th April.
The timetable of activity session tasters will be here soon.
The Circular Space's new premises is positioned in between Ham Road and the Tarmount Lane pay and display car park and is accessed via a footpath (see map). The building is behind the police station and used to be a St John Ambulance branch. The building has two entrances: one for The Scrap Space and one for The Activity Space.
How to get there:
Train: Shoreham-by-Station is two minutes walk away
Bus: the number 2 bus stops on Ham Road near the end of the footpath
Car: there is a small amount of free one hour parking on Ham Road, parking in the Coop car park (free for 30 minutes, £1.50 for up to 2 hours which you can get back if you spend £10 in Coop) and parking in the Tarmount Lane pay and display car park (free after 6pm).