frequently asked questions
do I have to be a member to use wild?
Nope! You can just book a drop-in session without being a member, which costs £14 per day or £8 for half day via our booking site https://wild.habu.co/users/
how do memberships work?
when should I start my membership?
You can start your membership on any day of the month, our system works out how much you'll have to pay for the remainder of the month you start, then you'll be either invoiced or payments will be taken automatically on the 1st of every month.
how do I cancel my membership?
We just need a month's notice to make a change or cancel your membership please email firstname.lastname@example.org to process your cancellation.
Working at Wild
where is wild?
Wild is located in the front of Frome Town Hall on Christchurch Street West BA11 1EB
can I bring children to wild?
We welcome babes in arms at the moment and on quiet days, children under the age of 10 but this is purely down to not currently having enough space for lots of children to be in the space at the same time as us. The long term plan is to have a creche or a form of childcare that means we can make flexible working a reality for you.
can I try before I buy?
You can indeed - free trial days can be booked here https://wild.habu.co/users/
do I have to book my desk in advance?
We recommend you book at least 24 hours ahead of the time you would like to work here. Having said that we often have a spare seat so feel free to drop in when you like. Alternatively use the chat function on the website to get in touch before you head down.
how many spaces do you have?
When we're open, we will have enough space for 4-5 women working here at one time, this includes the standing desks. This will hopefully double again once restrictions ease even more.
do you have permanent desks?
Not yet, but hopefully soon! We also want to make Wild accessible 24/7 but for now we're a hotdesking space, open Tuesday - Thursday 9am - 5pm.
how does this work with Covid-19?
Once the time is right and we can safely bring everyone back, we will be opening the doors once again.