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The creative workspaces down here at Sneinton Market Avenues look fantastic and the creative and digital businesses here have really made them their own. It's a great place to work so if you have a creative or digital business and you're looking for a unique, exciting space why not come and join the creative community down here? 

Newly refurbished units at Sneinton Market, Nottingham for Creative businesses producing and making in the Creative Quarter. Are you ready to join a lively creative community of businesses, artists and organisations offering a unique visitor experience for people living in or visiting Nottingham? Sneinton Market is home to a strong and distinctive collection of designer-makers, artisans, creative & cultural manufacturers and producers of original objects and digital content.  This community is working out of converted industrial storage units transformed into colourful flexible workspaces and showcase spaces for their one-off products.

As a whole Sneinton Market offers –

  •  Affordable workspace in a unique destination close to the city centre;
  • An on-site retail unit selling the designed goods of the tenants;
  • Blend, an indoor and outdoor café with atmosphere and character;
  • A regular programme of performances, busking and street art as well as an ongoing series of skills workshops, seminars, demos and short courses;
  • Business networking and support events in partnership with the Creative Quarter and other organisations;
  • A social hub for the Sneinton Market business community and all those who enjoy the area’s atmosphere;
  • An enjoyable, varied and eclectic visitor experience to all who come to visit;
  • The opportunity to watch designers and craft practitioners at work;
  • A visitor friendly place – safe and welcoming.

The roots of Sneinton Market reach back to the 1850’s when the Sneinton Market Square area was used as a wholesale fruit and veg market for the people of Nottingham, originally in open space and temporary sheds.  The Art Deco style buildings we see today were built in the 1930’s before the market was eventually relocated to Meadow Lane in the 1980’s.  Nottingham City Council acquired the site in 2013 and with the help of ERDF funding refurbished the units to be used as creative workspaces. Over the last year, the majority of the units have been let to a wide variety of creative industries businesses including illustrators, designer-makers, performers and musicians, artisan food and drink manufacturers and digital businesses.


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