We’d like to invite you all to our first meeting, to be held at the end of November.
We’re hoping to cover the following topics:
- What is a maker space?
- What other maker spaces exist locally and worldwide?
- What are we hoping to achieve?
- Who are we? (introductions all round!)
- What is each of us interested in making?
- What skills can each of us bring to this project?
- What are our next steps to achieving our goals?
Notes will be taken and posted on the website, for the benefit of those who can’t make it to the meeting itself.
266 Gower Street, Preston
We’ll be in the community meeting room that’s on the right as you come in through the main entrance.
Wednesday November 28th, 6:30-8pm.
We know this event runs over dinner time for many people. Please feel free to bring something to eat during the meeting. There is a small kitchenette available if you need water etc, but no cooking facilities. There are many take-away food outlets nearby on High Street (approx 100m away, between the library and the train station).
Access and childcare:
Preston Library is accessible to people with disabilities. There are no steps to enter the venue, and there is a disabled toilet available. The meeting will involve a short projected presentation in a darkened room. If you need other accommodations or assistance, please let us know (email firstname.lastname@example.org) and we’ll do our best to accommodate you.
No particular childcare facilities are available, however children are welcome at this meeting. Younger children should be accompanied by a parent, while teens are welcome to attend either with a parent or independently. The meeting room is adjacent to the library, which is open until 8pm, and where older children who are not attending the meeting could hang out while their parents attend.
Epping Train Line – 5 min walk from Preston station (approx 500m)
Tram Route 86 – 8 min walk from stop 48, corner of Gower St and Plenty Rd (approx 400m)
Bus Route 552 & 553 – 2 min walk from bus stops on High St, near corner of Gower St (approx 100m)
Bus Route 527 & 903 – 5 min walk from bus stop on Murray Rd, near corner of High St (approx 450m)
Cycle – Gower St has on road bike lanes; St Georges Rd shared walking/cycling off road path is nearby and connects to Gower St.
Car – Parking is available around the side and back of the library.
Contact us at email@example.com.