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Website Relocated!

Dear Visitor,

Please note that this is now our old wiki site that we no longer use - here for preservation purposes until all our content is moved.

For updated information, please visit our new website. We also have a Discourse forum where most of our discussions take place and our wiki information resides. If you have a quick question you can pop into #sh-makerspace on freenode or Webchat where a lot of us lurk.

Urgent call for membership pledges

If anyone would like to help us get a 24/7 dedicated space ( See the Spacening 2016 thread on the [forum]) and is prepared to commit to paying membership fees, please fill out this questionnaire. We are on the brink of getting a space with the right amount of committed pledgers. Thank you for your support.

A guide to the likely amount is detailed in this spreadsheet.

You can view the results of our pledges so far here.

Welcome to Surrey & Hampshire Makerspace

Welcome to Surrey & Hampshire Makerspace, a group of geeks who are trying to found a makerspace somewhere around the Surrey/Hampshire border. If you would like to join us, please join our Google Group, or pop into #sh-makerspace on freenode or Webchat.

What is a Makerspace?

A makerspace or makespace (also referred to as a hacklab, hackerspace or creative space) is a location where people with common interests, often in computers, technology, science, digital or electronic art (but also in many other realms) can meet, socialise and/or collaborate. Makerspaces can be viewed as open community labs incorporating elements of machine shops, workshops and/or studios where hackers can come together to share resources and knowledge to build and make things.

Upcoming Sessions

Come and join the fun

We meet weekly, on a Friday evening from 18:30 til late at Games Galaxy in Farnborough.

Take a look at pictures taken at our meetups [here]

A schedule of our meetings may be found on our blog:

How to get in touch

How to get involved

Want to help out? There are lots of ways:


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