Supporting Our Community: Making the Most Of Our Facilities

At StonesThrow, our vision is to combine the convenience of home working with the benefits of working side-by-side with others. From the outset, we wanted to offer more than just a coworking space by offering businesses and individuals the chance to develop in a supportive environment.

We pride ourselves on this.

Being based in Crowborough, we have met lots of different and exciting businesses across Sussex. As we build our connections and knowledge of the local community, we want to share these with you and your business too.

Though we have several regular members at StonesThrow, we also have a lot of acquaintances in the wider community, outside of our coworking space. We want to help the community grow and continue to work towards this through the following ways.

Community events

As a natural fit for business networking, our coworking space has hosted a range of events since opening. In the past year, we have provided the facilities for local networking groups and business events.

More recently with coronavirus, we have offered our space for virtual networking events and online workshops. We have adapted to recent changes and understand the importance of keeping these types of events available for the community.


So, we have been working hard to establish new capabilities for those looking to use our coworking space. Our facilities include large and small meeting rooms, a studio space, tea and coffee, and internet access.

We would be happy to discuss your ideas for an event where we will talk you through our facilities in detail. You can view the space virtually through our 360 tour here. Alternatively, we can arrange a time to show you around the space (either online or in person at a safe distance).

Book your free trial day today via our website and we will contact you to arrange a convenient time.

Amid the current pandemic, we are taking all necessary precautions to ensure that your visit is safe. We are following health and safety guidelines from the government and doing all we can to safeguard the space.

Local connections


In our coworking space, we are lucky to house members from a range of industries and disciplines. Each business has their own talents and skills. We facilitate connections between our members so they can offer their services to others in the community.

Through our members and networking events, we have built some great connections within our local community and outside of our coworking space. We want to take the connections we have built and share them, to help our community and local businesses.

We are proud to use our voice to share the vision of our members and audiences. If you are looking for a specific introduction to a local service for your business, please get in touch.

Community Hub

If you haven’t checked it out already, our Community Hub page is a dedicated place to bring members and the community together. It was designed to bring together the benefits of our services with our members and the wider community.

When you click on the link you will find a platform where you can learn and engage with information and news from us and elsewhere. We have simplified the page to help you find out more about us, our members and what they have to offer, plus events and news from local businesses.

We would recommend that you have a look around our Community Hub if you are looking to expand your connections with the StonesThrow and wider community.


More about StonesThrow

We have found that the small business community is very supportive in Wealden. People are willing to share ideas and provide recommendations.

If you find that you struggle to make new connections, we can help you take the first steps. Through our existing contacts, we are able to help build relationships between you and other businesses in the local community.

To learn more about us and how we can help your business connect with the wider community, please feel free to get in touch. We are more than happy to facilitate connections and want to help individuals share their skills with the local area.