Community gives us a sense of belonging and being a part of a network helps us in all aspects of life be-it in a working scenario or not. A coworking environment with a ready made network can help alleviate loneliness especially for those usually working from home or moving around a lot. Sometimes, just having … Continue reading Community supports us in all aspects of life….
Join The Hub Newry coworking community with Love Your Lough helping to clean-up Newry’s Canal & Lough Areas – Saturday 14th October 2.00pm – 4.00pm. The Rampart is a beautiful green, wetland habitat for many different species of lough birds with the common seal also often spotted splashing about in these waters. Unfortunately, this area is … Continue reading Let’s Get Green & Clean Our Canals, Coworking In Action!!!!
In our collaborative coworkingspace NI, we try our hardest to keep a check on happiness and wellbeing levels! Here’s our mental wellbeing pledge to our coworkers and visitors: “The Hub is determined to be a front runner in providing a successful and supportive coworkingspace in Newry. To do this, The Hub aims to raise the … Continue reading Looking after the mental wellbeing of members in our coworkingspaces.
Coworking, the bigger picture….. Our coworkers work hard at their businesses but community plays an even more vital part in what we’re all about both inside and outside of the workspace. Adults and junior Hub members, family and friends all get involved, after all, without community it can be a very solitary life. It’s always … Continue reading Community Coworking, Think Outside The Office!
The Hub Newry are coworking with Love Your Lough to help cleanup the Newry Canal Area – Saturday 25th February @2pm. The Rampart is a beautiful green, wetland habitat for many different species of lough birds with the common seal also often spotted splashing about in these waters. Unfortunately this area is littered with significant amounts of plastic & … Continue reading Let’s Get Green & Clean Our Canal – Saturday 25th February @2pm, Rampart Rd, Greenbank
As part of The Hub Newry’s WellBeing Pledge we really enjoy doing what we can #givingback to #local #community. The Hub Newry is very much involved with Young Enterprise Northern Ireland, Prince’s Trust Northern Ireland as well as #collaborative, community & #networking groups including Newry Thrives, Newry Creates , NEWRY BID and the “Linen Memorial … Continue reading The Hub's Community & Charity Partnership's
So a fantastic example of how coworking together with local businesses and voluntary groups (little & large) really can achieve results. Just some involved in the “BigCanalCleanup” at Rampart Walkway, Greenbank on Saturday 4th June 2016 were Love Your Lough & Newry2020.com, Newry Thrives & The Conservation Volunteers. All too often businesses and the voluntary sector seem … Continue reading Get Results With Community Groups & Businesses Coworking!
In our collaborative coworkingspace in NI we try to make everyone keep a check on our happiness levels! Here at The Hub Newry, Northern Ireland we work hard to get the balance right as much as we can. Community and collaboration are massive aspects of our coworkingspace both within the office and outside with the local businesses and groups. Having recently completed a course … Continue reading Does a collaborative coworkingspace in NI really help with happiness?
Artist – art historian Dr Lycia Trouton invites you, albeit with sombre reflection, to view The Linen Memorial, a “counter- monument” at Omagh Public Library, now viewing until 1 February 2016. The Memorial has previously been shown internationally as well as around many locations in N.Ireland including Stormont, Warrenpoint & Newry. There is acoustic music provided … Continue reading Linen Memorial Exhibition at Omagh Public Library
Patrick Murdock of The Hub Newry recently visited Milan to attend the amazing CoWorking Europe Conference of 2015! Much of what Patrick learnt can be fed back into Northern Ireland in an effort to help rebuild its economy, here’s what he had to say in a recent article, published on “SluggerO’Toole”: Alternative Ulster; Rebuilding Northern … Continue reading Alternative Ulster; Rebuilding Northern Ireland’s Economy
Welcome to Kelley McAleenan of Ashview Consultants – their newest recruit! Ashview Health & Safety Consultants are going from strength to strength and expanding rapidly and we’re so pleased that they call “The Hub Newry” their home! Kelley’s already made a big environmental impact and is starting her NEBOSH Certificate in Environmental Management to cover NI, … Continue reading Introducing Our Newest Green Champion…..
For the quarter leading up until Christmas we have chosen Woman’s Aid Newry – Womens Aid, Newry as our local charity and RefugeeAction.or.uk – Refugee Action as our International charity. Last Quarter’s charity fundraising: Sinead Gorman of Ashview Consultants Ltd made amazing efforts & helped to raise an amazing £420.00 for PIPS through marathon running! We also managed to … Continue reading Hub's chosen charities for Q4 2015!
The Hub Newry’s Summer Charity is PIPS Newry & Mourne & our resident, Sinead Gorman of Ashview Consultants has made a great effort in her marathons so far, not stopping yet. Here’s some info on the next one in Newry! The 5th annual PIPS Newry & Mourne 10K Run /5K Walk will take place … Continue reading We're supporting the PIPS Newry 10K Run & 5K Walk Sun 6th Sept
What if we build our community around places? “Placemaking” referes to a collaborative process that inspires people to collectively reimagine and reinvent public spaces as the heart of every community, what do they really need & what would really work? There’s community based participation at it’s centre. The term capitalizes on a local community’s assets, inspiration, and … Continue reading What is Placemaking?
Winner of our “Green Champion of the Month” of June… is Nuala Devlin Saul of Brack Tours for achieving a “Gold” award from Green Tourism UK. Also for her resolute efforts in keeping the Hub community clean (the dishes), green & sustainable & for her dog walking & cycling to work & her … Continue reading Green Champion of June goes to….