Future Foundry will be relocating to Dover in May 2017 to take up residence in Biggin Hall, a beautiful heritage building consisting of a large main hall, which will remain available for the local community to hire for markets, events and celebration as well as an area that will be for the sole use of Future Foundry.
A fundraising campaign is underway to develop the space into a Creative Start Up Space, offering access to space, support and training along with traditional making equipment and some exciting 3D printers and lazer cutters to introduce digital manufacturing.
Training for Creative Entrepreneurs
Future Foundry has already raised funding for the first entrepreneurs training programme that will run in the space. Close the Loop will introduce young people aged 16 to 30 to creative enterprise and the Circular Economy, support them to develop and test their ideas for new businesses, innovative products and services or even events, artworks or workshops.
For more information about hiring the hall or getting involved in the projects that will be running in the space contact the Future Foundry team here.