The best way to contact us is via email:
Lynne Dick, Director – firstname.lastname@example.org
Catharine Russell, Administration & Operations Coordinator – email@example.com
Ami Lowman, Marketing & Education Programmer – firstname.lastname@example.org
‘On The Street Where We Live’ project – email@example.com
Please note, Ami & Catharine only work part time hours.
You can also call us on 023 9247 2491
or write to us at Making Space, 2 Bishopstoke Road, Leigh Park, Havant, Hampshire, PO9 5BN. Please note, we do not have a postbox.
Getting To Making Space & Parking
Making Space is located on Bishopstoke Road, just round the corner from the Leigh Park Community Centre on Dunsbury Way. We are on the same road as the entrance to the Greywell Shopping Centre. The nearest train station is Havant. The nearest bus stop is on Dunsbury Way (1 minute walk) the number 23 bus arrives every 10 minutes from Portsmouth via Havant. There is a pay & display car park at the end of Bishopstoke Road. There is also a car park situated behind the Making Space building. (Drive past Making Space on your right, turn right at the mini round about, then right again into the car park) Please note that you need a permit to park here Mon – Fri 8.30-6pm but it is FREE on a Saturday & Sunday (but not Bank Holiday Mondays) If you are coming for a meeting you can ask us to provide a visitor permit, we can’t arrange these for day time course participants.
Making Space is able to accommodate all visitors to the workshops & facilities. There are disabled parking bays situated in-front and behind the centre. The whole building is on one level and there is a disabled toilet equipped with an emergency alarm.
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If you were on our Mailing List but haven’t received anything from us recently, please read the ‘Going Green’ section below.
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Going Green Initiative
We started an electronic mailing list, which has proven to be simple, popular and also a much faster way for our customers to receive our latest brochure. We asked our customers who have access to email to voluntarily take their name off the traditional postal list and receive the electronic version instead. Of course we understood that this method wouldn’t suit everyone, so those wanting to remain receiving the paper brochure can do just that!
We are also looked at who regularly visited Making Space and was making use of the brochure. Those that have not visited Making Space for over 2 years, were removed from the mailing list, unless we were contacted and asked not to do so.
If you used to receive our brochure, but haven’t recently, this is why. If you would like to rejoin, either to the electronic or paper version, please just let us know and we can pop your details back on.
Don’t forget you can still keep up to date by looking on our website and by following us on Twitter and Facebook. We hope you all understand our reasons for going green!
Our Latest Tweets
- Petition to stop the government reclassifying craft as non-creative - e-petitions http://t.co/Kgo8GNEm72
- It was our 6th Birthday yesterday! Why not celebrate with us & see how much has changed since 2007 by coming to our open studios- 18&19 May!
- We are also still taking bookings for two inspiring workshops taking place as part of our Open Studio weekend (18 & 19 May) Details online!!
- Don't forget Marcia Lanyon will be at Making Space nxt Thursday selling loads of beautiful stones and beads! Who's coming? #jewellery #craft
- New! Basic jewellery course starting here - 15th June. This is the starting place for using tools and handling materials for the first time.