Waffle Work is a free collaborative work environment in the heart of our community, with its own fibre internet connection, individual power access and tech support on hand. There are six booths and 12-15 hot desk spaces that can be used for as long as you need them, at no cost. Oh, and there are home-made waffles and speciality coffee on tap just a door away.
Our great friends Lawson Computer Repair operate from Waffle Work which means that there are community-hearted professionals at your fingertips. We team up on a Tuesday morning to run a free community tech surgery to help with those pesky IT problems.
We have a meeting room that seats 6-8 people which can be booked out free of charge. The meeting room has a whiteboard and monitor for presentations and access to the Waffle House for refreshments.
To find out more about Waffle Work and the community around it, visit the website or get in touch with Waffle directly to enquire about availability.
Located smack bang in the middle of Axminster on the first floor of the old department store, ‘Trinity House’, Waffle Work is hidden within the Community Waffle House behind a glass door at the far right of the space. There is a bus stop right outside the front door and Axminster Train station a 5 minute walk away. If you’re travelling by car, there are car parks throughout the town.
I've found Waffle Work to be a great place to base myself when I need to switch it up from the office or home. The internet speed is much faster than both those places and, if needed, there's tech help available right there in the room in the form of Lawson Computer Repair. Being a neutral working space, I've met a variety of other professionals in the area that I wouldn't have otherwise met. It's got the right mix of social contact and ability to focus (with a good pair of headphones) and I'm even able to join regular video calls with minimal background noise. It's a good thing it's free, because having decent coffee and lunch options makes it affordable to camp out for the day. Needless to say, I'm a regular!- National Hydrographic Office