Spacecraft lands in Nottingham

The social enterprise Space Inclusive, which has been supporting young adults with learning disabilities and autism for the past seven years, have opened their latest venture; their shop, ‘Spacecraft’, based on Hucknall Road.

The shop has just opened and will be selling handmade items from upcycled bicycles and furniture to on trend planters.

Stella Dowbenko, Spacecraft’s Manager said

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“We have lots of people who use our service who enjoy making things and being creative. The shop offers people a great opportunity to make good quality items and the chance to work in a retail environment, serving customers, processing payments and keeping the stock replenished. The people of Sherwood and Carrington have already started to show an interest in what we’re doing and we know there is great support for local independent businesses in the area, so we hope that people pop in and say hello and see what we have to offer.”

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Spacecraft is open from 9am to 4pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. All profits from the business will be used for the benefit of the people who make the items and work in the shop.

The address of the Shop is:

102 Hucknall Road

To find out more about Spacecraft or Space Inclusive visit their website or call 0115 837 0693.

You can also tweet to @spaceinclusive.