The Who, What, Where, Why and When of STORE

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What is STORE?

The Strathclyde Open Rope Exchange is pretty much what it says on the tin: a regular meeting in the Strathclyde area which is open to all people interested in rope, rope art and rope bondage.

Who is STORE for?

Anyone interested in rope regardless of experience level, style or role. You can learn to tie, come and be tied, share your knowledge or simply observe. You can participate as much or as little as you like.

Why was STORE started?

Scotland, particularly Central Scotland, has a rapidly expanding group of rope practitioners from various styles, philosophies and approaches. There are regular Peer Workshops and individual tuition opportunities along with regular club nights (Rebound and Club T) that provide dedicated space and experienced attendees in a multitude of styles. STORE is intended to compliment the already available resources whilst adding a different flavour by holding themed educational events on a semi-regular basis.

Where will it be held?

At the moment the plan is to hold semi-regular events at the premises of Club Rebound. Additional venues will always be kept in mind for additional events.

When will it be?

STORE will happen on alternate months during the Open House event at Club Rebound. This will be the opposite months from the Peer Rope Workshop. Care will be taken to try and avoid clashing with the Peer Rope Edinburgh workshop and other events where possible.

How much will it cost?

As much as hiring the venue costs split across the number of people attending. STORE is a non-profit venture. This writing will be updated with event listings as and when they are made.

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