A new community-focused enterprise and innovation hub in central Twickenham, including a locally-run café, podcast studio, and events space. Alongside the workspace, it will also be used to host a variety of events, from inspiring talks to supper clubs, business workshops, networking events and craft classes.

Patch Twickenham at 42 York Street represents a golden opportunity to repurpose an iconic building. The creation of this workspace and the activation of a unique space within Twickenham will have a number of positive impacts, including the delivery of social value initiatives.

The workspace’s alignment with Universities and Colleges enables a talent resource, with access to academics for knowledge-based business support. It will help local businesses improve their productivity and succeed through collaboration with higher education.

The 42 York Street workspace will be run and operated by Patch for Richmond Borough Council.

“It’s been fantastic to see so many people coming together at Patch in Twickenham. In the short amount of time we have been open, we’ve hosted a huge variety of local groups and organisations, ranging from cycling to cinema clubs, and from sewing workshops to events for startups. Looking forward, our aim is for Patch to continue developing as a meaningful local space where people can enjoy an exceptional workday close to home, discover new ideas, learn new skills, and collaborate with more people in their community.” – Paloma Strelitz, Head of Product and Creative Director

Facilities available

  • Django’s cafe
  • Library of things
  • Flexible use space
  • Formal meeting room
  • Podcast studio
  • Permanent workspaces for residents
  • Private offices

Get in contact

[email protected]

42 York Street,
Twickenham, TW1 3BW
Tel: 07400 093223

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