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The back of the room with yellow sofas and hanging pendant lights
A light box on a white wall that reads 'space 3'
A room with tables with neon tops and lots of plants

By Sable

A creative media studio, kitchen and social hub

Space 3 is a room for collaboration and experimentation. It is the third studio space created by Sable, a black led creative platform and online radio station based in Leeds and enjoyed worldwide.

Focusing on peer to peer learning, knowledge sharing and collective working, this space aims to address barriers to creative practices that many young people and others face. The space is used by Sable Radio and hosts other long term residencies with local organisations, as well as one off room bookings for community use.

Are you part of a community group or organisation that would like to use our space? We currently have particularly good availability on Sundays. Get in touch: jack.james@thetetley.org

Find out more about our current residents below.

The Leeds Youth Council Campaign Group

The Leeds Youth Council Working Group consists of 20 children and young people aged 11–18 who meet once a month for two years. They are campaigning around ‘Health and Wellbeing’, the top voted issue for children and young people from the Make Your Mark Ballot, the largest youth consultation in the UK.

Linking Leeds

Linking Leeds is an integrated, free city-wide social prescribing service linking people with a range of local community services to improve social, emotional and mental wellbeing in Leeds. Their aim is to connect people aged 16 years and above to services and activities in their community in order to benefit overall health and wellbeing.

Women’s Health Matters

Women’s Health Matters was founded in 1987 to champion freedom for disadvantaged women and girls so they may have a fair chance at a better life. They work with around 750 the most at risk women each year in and around Leeds taking a woman-centred holistic approach to creating a safe, nurturing environment.

SCOPE: Youth Collective

A group of 18-25 year olds passionate about developing the world around them for disabled people. Whether this is by addressing accessibility, attitudes or starting a podcast the options are endless for this collective of young people and their allies.