Check out the progress made in bringing back into use the former Wireform offices on the corner of Stubbing Holme Rd. We recently moved the hackerspace co-operative from Hebble End, and now plan to expand the equipment available.
The laser-cutter was put to good use during the height of the pandemic, making parts for 3,200 face visors, which were made together with a wider community team (they went to care homes, hospices, hospitals, local businesses and more). We also have a 3D-printer, some electronics tools and computers. We’re likely to set up some metal and woodworking facilities - watch this space . . . . . get in touch to find out more.
Main upstairs room:
Potential metal workshop:
Potential space for socials & temporary exhibitions:
Lab sponsored by RORO charity:
There’s also a potential wood workshop, 2 WCs and a downstairs kitchen that we’re not currently planning to use.