hYBRID Working spaces
Woking is committed to its ambitious vision to become the destination of choice in the region, where people aspire to live, work and play.
Woking offers a wide range of drop-in spaces, from cafés to co-working offices and public places. Our video gives you a flavour of some of the options available within the town centre.
Dedicated workspace for businesses, with flexible terms.
Set up your own temporary workspace for a few hours, within a public building.
Need some help with implementing a new hybrid-working policy, or wondering about your own health and well-being when working flexibly? Woking Works has compiled some useful resources for employers and employees, to help both to navigate this new style of working.
Do you have a plan in place for hybrid workers?
Include the following as a minimum:
- Legal implications of hybrid working
- Manager training and development
- Technology and equipment
- Employee wellbeing
- Performance management
- Inclusion and equality
Health and well-being
- Mental Health Support for Employees
- For Health and Well-being organisations in Woking, see the Woking Works Directory
- Example of a Wellness Action Plan Toolkit
- Posture Tips by Essential Vitality
- Celebrate Woking — be proud… be part of it
- Calendar of events for Woking (celebratewoking.info)
- Woking's Heritage - Celebrate Woking
- The New Victora Theatre
- The Lightbox Art Gallery
- The Nova Cinema
- Woking's Muslim Heritage - Celebrate Woking
- Walking in Woking | Woking Borough Council
- Woking Art Trail (arcgis.com)
- Basingstoke Canal
- Woking Leisure Centre
- Woking Sportsbox
- Woking Pool in the Park
- Eastwood Leisure Centre and Pools
- See the Woking Works Business Directory for more facilities
If you would like your venue to be added to our list of hybrid working spaces, please email us.
The Council supports local employment for local people, to help reduce commuting requirements, promote mental and physical benefits, and reduce carbon emissions.