Norfolk House throws open its doors on Saxon Gate on January 30.
Norfolk House is an exciting, brand new home for businesses in the city centre, just across the road from the iconic Church Of Christ The Cornerstone.
Of course those in MK never miss a beat, so you are invited to the breakfast launch of the space, from 8am to 10.30am on Thursday 30th January 2020, to start the new year off in style!
You may have passed Norfolk House before, as it is home to the Octo Square: the building’s listed landmark, comprising of a water feature, garden and, most recently, the addition of table tennis tables.
This has been part of the recent refurbishment to welcome in new and exciting businesses to MK, where the new reception’s bleacher seats can be used for coworking, having a coffee with friends, or putting your feet up and having a break from all of the January sales shopping.
Norfolk also makes quite the impression on your guests. Welcome them to your workspace with a tea from sister-site Ashton House café, where breakfasts, lunches and freshly ground Colombian coffee are available daily. In case you need something lighter, you can grab a snack and a water to take to the gym.
Oh, and there’s a free-to-members gym subscription too – all you need to get started is a complimentary induction and you can start on any of the equipment, try a yoga class or take some of the free weights at your own pace.
Continuing with wellbeing in the workplace, as well as the 24/7 gym, Norfolk House has also embraced the local cycling culture speeding its way through MK!
Milton Keynes is known for its redways, and what better way to tour the city and balance your wellbeing at work too than by getting there on two wheels. There is secure bike storage for all members, as well as shower and changing facilities with complimentary lockers.
So no matter how you get to Norfolk House, you’ll be sure to start the day fresh, feeling good and ready to get to work.
Curious? Be bold. Get in touch with Norfolk House’s dedicated Workspace Manager, Heather, on how they can help you make an impact. Call 07774 483 904 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll see you for breakfast on 30th January!