The Digital Greenhouse is making some changes in response to the corona virus crisis, with a pause in payment for all members.
Upcoming billing for this month's membership fees will be deferred until further notice, while all memberships will be put on pause throughout April.
As a result, access will be temporarily deactivated from 31 March with requested access only, as the organisation moves to essential services.
A further decision will be made in the coming weeks, following advice from Public Health, as to whether the Digital Greenhouse will reopen fully.
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Pictured: The Digital Greenhouse previously used 'greenhouses' for its co-working space.
Meanwhile, the organisation has announced some updates to its premises - unrelated to the covid-19 situation. The team has bid goodbye to the 'greenhouses' in the hot desk co-working space, replacing them with new 'pods'.
Pictured: The 'greenhouses' have been replaced with 'pods'.
The greenhouses have been packed up and sent to Edible Guernsey, where they will have a new lease of life.
Pictured top: The Digital Greenhouse.
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