South London Makerspace

Arch 1129
41 Norwood Road
SE24 9AJ

South London Makerspace is a non-profit social community workshop, run by its members for each other on a voluntary basis

If you want to make something, we’ve got the space. All members have a say in how the space is run and get access to the space and its facilities.

Newsletter

Our semi-regular newsletter can keep you up to date with important events and announcements. Not spam, but stuff you'll want to know about!

Forum

Come on in and introduce ourself on our Discourse forum. Find out what's got us all talking!

Visit our forums

Latest posts

Events

Come along to our next shindig, nose round the space and have a natter with our members...

South London Maker Festival - planning meeting

Members and Festival partners: meeting to plan the inaugural South London Maker Festival being held in Herne Hill on 2/3/19. Anyone who wants to be involved in any way on the planning and delivery is welcome!

Members Only

Members Meeting

On the last Tuesday of each month we hold a members meeting to discuss all things Makerspace

Public event

Open Evening



Open evening returns!

We've been closed to new memberships since last Spring - but we're starting to take on new members again!!!!

To celebrate that fact we're reinstating our regular Wednesday night open evening

Join us for our weekly open evening event, when we throw open our doors to the public. This is a great way to view what the space has to offer, meet and ask those burning questions about how it all works!

The kettle's on, so come on down!

Supporters

Construction of Makerspace was part funded by The Mayor Of London’s High Street Fund:

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Our laser cutter was donated by:

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Our 3D printer was donated by:

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Many of our power tools were donated by:

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Our service monitoring is sponsored by:

Our internet is sponsored by:

aatext72

©2013—2019 South London Makerspace

Proud to be part of the London Open Workshop Network

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