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League of Strangers

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Based in or around Falmouth? Working from home and bouncing off the walls? Craving the company of nice folk with good chat to kick ideas around with? You sound like our kind of human. Come. Join us…

Wouldn’t freelancing be made all the better with a glint of collaboration and coffee-side conversation? We agree. That’s why we’ve started a club for self-employed types in the area.

As part of our League of Strangers you’ll get:

  • Desk space at Stranger Collective HQ
  • Use of the Stranger meeting room
  • Designated quietroom for head down working
  • Monitor and headphones station
  • Potential to be considered as part of our Talent Pool for relevant projects (depending on skills/ experience)
  • Free entry to our events, including creative breakfast talks, lunchtime workshops and evening happenings
  • Hefty discounts on our training courses
  • Regular League socials, from Beer Fridays to rounders
  • Special rates from our friends at Espressini
  • Regularly refreshed bowls of M&Ms, fruit, tea and coffee

And all this for just £120 a month*.

Interested? Well, come and say hello or drop us an email to find out more.

* Two months’ minimum commitment.

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  1. Krystal Fanning

    This couldn’t of landed in my mail box at a better time..

    If you fancy having a graphic designer share your space, I would love to come and say hello (again) and find out more.



    Sep 07, 2016 @ 8:28 am


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