[HacktionLab] (fwd) Spacewarming Party in Shoreditch This Coming Sunday
mike at mbharris.co.uk
Sun Aug 1 10:44:39 BST 2010
Thanks for the invite gdm. I'm away at the moment so sadly (well
happily because I'm on me hols) won't be able to make it.
In case anyone wasn't aware, there's also one set up in Bristol
(http://bristol.hackspace.org.uk) that has been running for a while and
kind of developed out of Dorkbot Bristol
(http://dorkbot.org/dorkbotbristol/) and Bristol Wireless
(http://www.bristolwireless.net). We're going to have a bit of a "what
are we doing with this??" meeting about things probably in late August,
in Bristol, for anyone that's interested in getting involved. I'll
email again to the list with details nearer the time.
Good luck with the party today and with the Hackspace London.
t: +44 7811 671 893
Garcon du Monde wrote:
> i just came across this after someone mentioned it to me last
> night. maybe of interest for londoners if there is anyone around
> from: http://wiki.hackspace.org.uk/wiki/User:Martind#Spacewarming_Invitation_List
> The London Hackspace is a non-profit, community-run hacker space in central London; we provide a space where people who make things can come to share tools and knowledge. As you may have heard we've just signed the lease on our new workshop in Shoreditch, spitting distance from Hoxton station (and about 10mins from Old Street).
> To celebrate we're having a party/open evening on the 1st of August. This is a great chance for everyone to have a look at the space and to get to know like-minded hackers/makers/artists with similar or completely different interests, discuss projects and techniques, or generally just hang out and have a beer. Come along, and bring friends!
> Sunday 1 August, from 2pm until late.
> Come around 6pm if you don't plan to stay long.
> Unit 24, Cremer Business Centre
> 37 Cremer Street
> London E2 8HD
> Info page:
> Facebook event:
> If you're potentially interested in using the space for workshops or performances send an email to martin at dekstop.de and I'll introduce you to the appropriate people; or just show up on Sunday and ask around.
> If you're simply looking for a place to work on your own projects you can always attend our public weekly nights on Tuesdays, or become a member and get 24/7 access.
> We now finally have enough room for larger machines, which means in the near future this list will keep growing:
> Just having moved to a bigger space we're now short of monthly income to cover the rent in the new space, so if you like it we hope you'll become a member :)
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