What’s here

We provide a fully accessible building, with free parking that is central to all major transport links. If you cycle we have bike stands and our spaces come with free wifi.

The Old School

When you arrive at the main entrance, we have an accessible door that leads you into a spacious foyer. From there, you can easily access the spaces and rooms within the building. We have ramps to navigate the slight inclines and wide doorways for wheelchairs and mobility scooters. The first floor is made accessible by using a purpose built lift.

On the ground floor near the foyer we have baby changing facilities as well as an accessible toilet. Inside, our Wifi is free and coverage throughout the building is great, especially considering how thick the walls are! 

For those hiring spaces, you’ll find a sink in each room (handy for art classes). All our furniture is now plastic or vinyl meaning everything can be cleaned before and after being used.

Outside, we have ample amounts of space for parking as well as lockable bike stands for those who choose to cycle. We’re now looking to renovate our outside areas to make them more accessible and interactive. You’ll be able to access the outside seating area from the pedestrian gate located on Willis Street.

Taylor Gallery

Opened in 2014, The Taylor Art Gallery hosts a rolling monthly exhibition programme of local artists and creatives. We welcome submissions from anyone wishing to exhibit or use the space.

Like the rest of the Old School, it’s a unique space but works very well for wall hung work or installations. If you would like to exhibit your work please get in touch e: taylorartgallery@gmail.com

taylor gallery

Ironshed Creatives

We host a group of creative practitioners called the Ironshed Creatives. These makers and producers rent artist studios at the Old School and also deliver classes and workshops to our local community.

For a full list of the practitioners and how you can become an associate artist or rent studio space get in touch e: ironshedcreatives@gmail.com



Nattallie Brown is the creative mind behind R-Teacup, a comfy and eclectic café serving fresh and tasty lite bites throughout the day.

The uniqueness of R-Teacup comes from it’s ability to mix creative ambience, art workshops and quirky pop-up events.

Open Tuesday – Saturday 9am – 2pm                           T: 01925 415525


Warrington Visually Impaired Centre

A bespoke centre supporting blind and partially sighted people. Founded in 1923, Warrington VIP organise activities and day trips for their members as well as providing cooked meals and private transportation to and from the centre. Visit: www.warringtonvip.co.uk

Warrington VIP

Home-Start Warrington

Based in The Old School, Home-Start Warrington is a local communityBased in The Old School, Home-Start Warrington is a local community  network of trained volunteers and expert support helping families with young children through their challenging times. 
Visit: www.home-start.org.uk/home-start-warrington

home start
Warrington VIP


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