The Shed is a community space off Wood Street in Warsop that is available for hire. Formally known as the Adam Eastwood Building, The Shed has been converted using funding from Big Warsop into a venue for the whole community. It can be used for all kinds of activities, including events, markets, parties, classes and workshops.
Facilities on offer
- a spacious function area, and
- a huge indoor activity area.
- parties (including children’s parties)
- community groups
- training sessions and conferences.
Whatever your event is, please get in touch and we’ll do what we can to help!
For details of hire charges and further information about The Shed please contact Halina Kochanowski, Chair of Warsop Youth Club on 01623 846281 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All costs include general use of electricity, heating and internet access. We’re always happy to help if we can – so just ask and we’ll do our best to accommodate your needs.
The Shed is located at the Adam Eastwood Building, off Wood Street, with pedestrian access from Church Street (A60) by Rowland’s Pharmacy. Our address is: The Shed @ Warsop Youth Club, The Adam Eastwood Building, Wood Street, Market Warsop, Nottinghamshire, NG20 0AX.
The Shed is easily accessible:
By car: If using SatNav use postcode NG20 0AX.
From the south, take the A60 from Mansfield. On entering Market Warsop take a left turn into Carr Lane then first right into York Terrace. Turn left at the end onto Wood Street. The car park entrance is opposite Ocean Drive.
From the north, take the A60 from Worksop. On entering Market Warsop go straight through the traffic light junction with Church Street/Wood Street. In approximately 200 yards turn right into Carr Lane, then follow directions as above.
By public transport: The nearest railway stations are Mansfield Woodhouse and Shirebrook. However the easiest route is via Mansfield Station where you can easily walk to Mansfield bus station to take one of the many buses (11, 12, 12b) which pass through Warsop.
Warsop Youth Club – Registered Charity No. 503986