Tax Club
Time: 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Tax Club

The first rule of Tax Club is … we talk about Tax!

All WEAVE participants are invited to join us for Tax Club on 13 April at Partisan.

We want everyone to start their new tax year off on the right foot so we’re hosting an informal work session for WEAVE participants to come together and make a start on their tax returns in good company.

We’ll be creating a pleasant stress-free environment for you to work in with tea, coffee and refreshments – and most importantly with fellow creatives who are in the same boat.

There will be experienced self-employed facilitators on hand to try and answer any questions you might have about your tax returns.

WEAVE is our free business support programme for Greater Manchester based artists, creatives and SMEs. All WEAVE participants are creatives. These workshops are designed to take away some of the stress and pressure from taxes to give you more time to create! If you are not already registered on WEAVE please contact to sign up.

This in person drop-in session will take place in at Partisan Collective, Regents Trading Estate (behind Islington Mill), Oldfield Road, Salford, M5 4DE.
Access is via the entrance on Oldfield Road.
The venue has an accessible toilet and wheelchair ramp on entry. Assistance dogs are allowed at all times. If you have a dog allergy/phobia let us know.

See accessibility information for the venue here.

If you have any questions, additional needs, or require anything from us beforehand that would support you in getting as much from this experience as possible, please let us know via



Islington Mill will use the information you provide in the form when you sign up to attend this workshop to contact you regarding this workshop. As part of this, your email address may be shared with the workshop facilitators so that they can send you any necessary or relevant information relating to this workshop. Your information will be used by them only to contact you regarding this workshop and will not be used for any other purposes.

This workshop has been produced with funding from the European Regional Development Fund