Campus North is making its main space and hotdesking facility free to use.

The co-working facility in central Newcastle can be used by businesses from 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday.

The redecorated space will also have a pop-up Flat Caps Coffee station.

“Campus North is all about community and collaboration and we're making changes which will welcome more people into our innovative and creative hub,” said Lyndsey Britton, co-founder of Campus North.

“We already have 70 people working here, from around 40 different companies: many of them are remote workers, small teams or freelancers.

“One huge benefit from working at Campus North is being with other digital, creative and entrepreneurial types.

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Lyndsey Britton with Gilbert Corrales of leaf.fm

“Ideas, support and partnerships have developed, sometimes from just a chat over a cup of coffee with people you've bumped into.

“We are now welcoming anyone who would like to drop in to come along and hot desk for free in our main space, you can use our WiFi, grab a coffee, work all day, have meetings – make it your own!

“We hope this will encourage even more people to benefit from being part of the community here and further develop the brilliant collaborative, creative and supportive spirit that makes Campus North a really different kind of co-working space.”

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Campus North’s monthly events Digital Showcase and Tech Breakfast will be held in the new main space.