Enterprise hub Engine Shed reopens from 3 August to support people connecting

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Bristol’s leading enterprise hub, Engine Shed, will be reopening its doors from Monday 3 August to the public, following its temporary closure due to COVID-19 lockdown.

Located in one of Bristol’s most iconic buildings, a 2-minute walk from Temple Meads station, Engine Shed is home to 4 historic meeting rooms, 3 event spaces, 2 coworking spaces and 18 private or shared offices.

Whilst lockdown has seen many benefits of working from home, businesses and individuals have widely reported missing the connection of face-to-face discussions, and productive planning and workshop sessions.

Engine Shed is fortunate to have the space for individuals and small groups to start coming together to meet in a Covid-19 secure workspace.

Meeting rooms are available to hire for up to 16 people at an introductory discount rate of 25% off for non-members and 50% off for members. Participants can join the meeting remotely and enjoy a high spec experience with AV and hosting support.

Visitors can also book a booth or table in the Members’ Lounge to work individually or meet with up to two other people.

Engine Shed is also offering a reduced monthly rental rate for its coworking workspace, The Interchange, which includes use of the Members’ Lounge and discounted meeting room hire.

Start up or scale up tech businesses can benefit from new flexible office packages, combined with business support, from Engine Shed’s resident incubator, SETsquared Bristol, subject to eligibility.

Head of Engine Shed, Marty Reid, said “We are truly excited about reopening our doors. Engine Shed is a building that thrives on the diverse network of people that connect in the space, from entrepreneurs and innovators to business leaders, professionals, academics and students.  We look forward to supporting people to work together, which is at the heart of what we do.”

To make a booking at Engine Shed, go to