The pioneering co-working centre in Oswestry, Hadleigh Works, is staging a series of business drop-in sessions offering free advice to the area’s companies.

The sessions cover business essentials such as marketing, accountancy and human resources each led by an expert in the topic.

The next drop-in event will be an accounting advice session on October 19 from 10am to 2pm with Kathryn Greenwood of Greenwood Tax and Accountancy.

This will be followed on November 24 by advice on human resources from Marie Speight of Marie Speight Consulting.

All the sessions will be held at Hadleigh Works which is based in the top floor of the Memorial Hall in Oswestry’s town centre. Slots can be reserved by emailing

Vernon Hogg of Hadleigh Works said that the aim of the co-working centre, which opened earlier this year, was always to support the area’s businesses.

“These drop-in sessions will give everyone the chance to get free one-to-one advice from specialists in the most important areas of running a business,” he said.

Information is available through the Hadleigh Works website at

Pictured: Kathryn Greenwood.