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Third Door In The News

The Telegraph We are very proud to have been featured in a recent article in The Telegraph “Coworking nurseries: Can work and playtime really mix?”. The article looks at the growth and impact of coworking spaces with nurseries attached and we think that their description of Third Door is spot on: Upstairs “the atmosphere is calm but industrious in(…)

Trying to Balance Work and School Holidays?

With the summer holidays upon us, many parents are facing a juggling act to arrange sufficient care for their children. Our members whose children are young enough to use the Third Door Nursery (3 months to 5 years) don’t have to worry but what about older siblings or our members whose children have left Third(…)

Do you suffer from Freelancer Fatigue?

This recent article from promotes self-care, automation, outsourcing and choosing carefully the work you take on. “When you’re a freelancer, everything about work comes down on your shoulders. You do the creating, the bookkeeping, the press, the marketing and the cleaning up. It’s a heavy load to bear and it can lead to exhaustion from the need(…)

Bringing up baby in the office – Financial Times

On June 5th 2017, Emma de Vita published an article in the Financial Times about coworking with childcare options around the world. She came to Third Door with her son to experience our flexible workhub and nursery first hand. You can read the article on the FT website if you are a subscriber or see below.

Coworking with Childcare – 7 years on!

Third Door (Workhub & Nursery) is celebrating seven years of being in business this month. Over that time, rapid advances in technology have made flexible working a more viable option for working parents as well as employers and we see that reflected in our membership growth. When we launched, we spent our time explaining why Third Door(…)

Coworking vs Homeworking – what’s best for you?

The majority of our members are freelancers, small business owners and employees who are managing to balance work and family life through flexible working. They have chosen coworking over home-working and its easy to see why. Coworking allows you to separate work from home, maximises productivity and creativity, reduces loneliness, helps you create a network(…)

Zoe’s Third Door Journey

I started using Third Door (Workhub & Nursery) when my little boy Jackson was about 7 months old. My contract at the BBC had finished just before I went on maternity leave and I was contemplating whether to go back to work at all when a friend sent me a really interesting link to a freelance(…)

#workthatworks – Lucia’s Story

I came across Third Door when looking for a place for Tessa to go to when she was 5 months old. I was ready to go back to work and needed somewhere I could take my daughter for a few hours a week. The idea of a Nursery and a Workhub all in one is absolutely(…)

Flexappeal – the benefits of flexible working

If more jobs were flexible by default, more men could share childcare responsibilities and more women could work in roles where their skills are fully utilised. It is for this reason that Third Door has pledged to promote flexible working and supports Anna Whitehouse aka MotherPukka in her ‘Flexappeal’ campaign to raise awareness that 54,000 women leave(…)