(S)potted: Hatch

This newish space is tucked away behind Homerton station, but once you know it’s there you really can’t miss it. Alistair Skitt took up the challenge to turn an old factory into Hatch, a space for creativity and indie enterprise with the aim to encourage small businesses growth, not just by feeding their coffee habits or providing desk-space/ wifi, but also as a space for them to trade or sell their wares. Today he has a barber ‘Strop and Blade‘  in one corner, wooden spoons available from a local maker, breakfast options by 26 Grains up-cycled furniture scattered around on sale, a gallery space on the walls.. Only opened since May 14, Hatch is set to become a local hub for creativity and emerging grow-small style ventures.

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