Cobden Place is located in the old lace factory building at the end of the court yard of Cobden Chambers. In the 1800s Cobden Chambers was used as a photography studio for Nottingham's society of artists. In 1890 it was the registered office for Notts County Football Club. From the 1970s it was used as the editing house for platform a monthly arts magazine for the midlands. From the 1980s it was home to a Horologist. And finally, in it's current form it is a sympathetically restored building, with modern amenities and a love for it's heritage.

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COBDEN PLACE

A SHORT HISTORY

It had been left derelict for 20 odd years until 2013 when it was renovated into the pleasant and inviting place for independent retailers and creatives. Since then it has played its part in the revival of Cobden Chambers within the community of shops that it resides with. Keisha Jewellery, Studio Chocolate, Ideas on Paper, Stick and Ribbon, The Banbury Shop and The Front Room Salon.

The ground floor consists of a cosy café and an eloquently stocked vintage shop from our our sister venue Hopkinson vintage emporium. The first floor has our very own permanent kilo sale, Cobden Kilo. And the Guest Room, a hireable meeting/events/pop-up space. The second and third floor contain our popular coworking spaces and creative community, our members enjoy the buildings bright and airy rooms with some of Nottingham's fastest growing independent businesses.