LuneLab Makerspace provides an affordable shared workspace that members can use for pleasure, business or education; most activities are craft-based, but it's use is driven by the members. Current uses include:
We are based in Halton Mill in a rural location next to the River Lune in Halton, nr. Lancaster and we are setup as a unincorporated not-for-profit club, so when you join you will become a member of LuneLab.
We have two large connected ground floor workshops.
Workshop 1.5 This contains most of the tools and equipment, but is roughly split between woodworking , pottery and general use areas.
The woodworking facilities include:
2 x woodworking benches
Planes, sanders, routers, drills
Various hand tools
The pottery facilities include:
Basic glazes and slips
An assortment of basic equipment and tools
Other facilities include:
Electronics (Arduinos, Raspberry PIs, bench power supply, basic components)
Computer, internet, printer - note: we have superfast broadband
Workshop 1.6 This is designed to hold classes; a flexible, light space with plenty of workspace. It can seat 10-20 people depending upon the activity and can be booked out for workshops, classes and events.