The interests of the current membership focus on subjects of wood- and metal-work, costume design, photography and of course technology (3D printing, microcontrollers (Arduino, etc), robotics, home automation, computers (Raspberry Pi, etc) and programming). We have a significant number of tools available to facilitate these activities and our members are often willing to lend their own personal tools too.
Membership is not required to use the space, please just pop in during our Opening Hours and see what we're about; hopefully you might consider joining us on our journey to bring maker-culture to everyone!
We're Unit F in Liners' Industrial Estate. We have two large workshops, One for wood and metal work and another for cleaner activities such as electronics, sculpting or bakeing. We welcome any artists, engineers, programmers, hackers, makers, tinkerers or anyone creative to come join us. If you run a group, or are planning to start one, why not get in touch or visit us to see what we can offer?
We're always on the look-out for new members and groups to join our fold, so do get in touch– we think you'll be glad you did! Membership includes many benefits including access to the space and it's tools, storage and resources; the right to vote on the direction of the organisation; and of course becoming a member of our community!