Meetup Bulletin for Basingstoke Friends

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From: Tue 16 Oct 2018
100 events listed.

BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 16 Oct 2018 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 16 Oct 2018 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BARN DANCE AT VIABLES 
Meetup Sat 20 Oct 2018 
Time:   18:30
Are you ready to Strip the Willow or dance the Basket at Viables? Come and join Bob and others for a great night out at this barn dance with the excellent Pitch Fork Barn Dance Band.

Tickets are just £10 and include a ploughmans supper ... there is also a bar available.

This is another opportunity to enjoy one of the ever popular Viables Barn Dances with live music from Pitch Fork! 

Entry fee is £15 per person and this includes the Ploughman's supper as well as your entry for the Barn Dance.

Family ticket available (2 adults and 2 children) at £40.

Please call 01256 473634 or email us at office@viables.org.uk to book.


BARN DANCE AT VIABLES 
Meetup Sat 20 Oct 2018 
Time:   18:30
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Are you ready to Strip the Willow or dance the Basket at Viables? Come and join Bob and others for a great night out at this barn dance with the excellent Pitch Fork Barn Dance Band.

Tickets are just £15 and include a ploughmans supper ... there is also a bar available.

So, if you want to make sure you you get the chance to dance your socks off, book your tickets before they run out by contacting Viables at office@viables.org.uk or 01256 473634


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 23 Oct 2018 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 23 Oct 2018 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


E-BULLETIN DISTRIBUTION 
Meetup Sun 28 Oct 2018 
Time:   17:00
This evening, Full Members of the Basingstoke Friends social club will receive an e-Bulletin by email showing the details of all upcoming public and private member events.

If you are a memeber that would like to add an event to the calendar for the e-Bulletin, please make sure you have completed the event details before 5pm.

JOINING AS A FULL MEMBER TO RECIEVE THE E_BULLETIN

Full membership of Basingstoke Friends is only £15.00 for 2018. If you join before 1st Nov, you can get £9.95 of the subscription back in subsidy off the price of the Christmas Party ticket at £25. The regular price of Christmas Party tickets at our chosen hotel is £34.95.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 30 Oct 2018 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 30 Oct 2018 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 6 Nov 2018 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 6 Nov 2018 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 13 Nov 2018 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 13 Nov 2018 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 20 Nov 2018 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 20 Nov 2018 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


E-BULLETIN DISTRIBUTION 
Meetup Sun 25 Nov 2018 
Time:   17:00
This evening, Full Members of the Basingstoke Friends social club will receive an e-Bulletin by email showing the details of all upcoming public and private member events.

If you are a member that would like to add an event to the calendar for the e-Bulletin, please make sure you have completed the event details before 5pm.

JOINING AS A FULL MEMBER TO RECIEVE THE E_BULLETIN

Full membership of Basingstoke Friends is only £15.00 for 2018. If you join at least a month before the next Chrstmas Party, you can get between £5 and £10 of the subscription back in subsidy off the price of the Party ticket. The regular price of Christmas Party tickets at our chosen hotel in 20018 was £34.95 which we subsidised down to £25.00.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 27 Nov 2018 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 27 Nov 2018 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


ACOUSTIC MUSIC OPEN MIC NIGHT AT CENTRAL STUDIO 
Meetup Fri 30 Nov 2018 
Time:   20:00
Meeting:   Look for the Basingstoke Friends table sign
Finish the week off at the Central Studio free Open Mic Nights ... organised every few months.

This is a public event from 8.00pm at Central Studio where you can listen to some of the most talented musicians in Basingstoke. The evening is FREE and provides a chance to enjoy some fantastic music played by really talented people ... just buy drinks at the bar to show your support. This is great way to finish off a week before the weekend gets into gear.

Everybody welcome to just sit and enjoy the music .... If you want to play, please put your name on the list at the bar when you arrive.


BASINGSTOKE FRIENDS CHRISTMAS PARTY @ APOLLO HOTEL 
Meetup Sat 1 Dec 2018 
Time:   18:00
Meeting:   Hotel Bar
We have decided to hold this years Basingstoke Friends Christmas Party in the Apollo Hotel at Aldermaston Roundabout on the Northern Ring Road in Basingstoke.

Please arrive at the hotel bar from 6.30pm to be greeted by the hotel party host. The plated starter will be served at 7.30pm followed by a carvery style main and plated dessert. After the meal, you can dance the night away to the sounds from the hotels resident DJ until carraiges at 12.30am.

As usual, members are requested to follow a smart dress code for the evening.

Payment in full will be required to secure your booking. We will have the first 15 places offering an early bird discount of £9.95 to fully paid up members ... which are likely to be booked up quickly. Fully paid-up members are given priority on bookings. There was no early booking discount this year due to the very competive price offered

Final payment and menu choices will need to be received by 30th October when the balance of the money and menu choices have to be given to the hotel.

Welcome bucks fizz on arrival
half a bottle of wine per person
Three course menu (see below)
Tea/Coffee and Mince Pie
Disco

Menu Choices:

STARTERS
 S1 - Winter Vegetable Soup (V)
 S2 - Ham Hock Terrine with Apple Chutney, Toasted Ciabatta
 S3 - Vegetable Terrine with Apple Chutney, Toasted Ciabatta

MAIN COURSES
 M1 - Traditional Roast Turkey, pigs in blankets, stuffing, seasonal vegetables and yorkshire pudding
 M2 - Fillet of Salmon, seasonal vegetables and white wind and basil sauce
 M3 - Roast Root Vegetables in a Filo Pastry Tart with Tomato Sauce, seasonal vegetables, vegetarian stuffing and yorkshire pudding (V)

DESSERTS
 D1 - Apple Strudel and cinnamon sauce
 D2 - Individual Christmas Pudding and brandy sauce
 D3 - Home made Black Forest Gateaux
 D4 - Fresh Fruit Salad

COFFEE & TEA
 - Freshly Brewed Coffee and Tea
 - Mince Pies

Booking Fees:
Members  - £20.00 - Fully paid-up members (must have paid the £15 annual subscription)
Guests     - £29.95 - Non members and guests (including Meetup subscribers, AIVC and temporary members)

NON-MEMBERS ...
Contact Bob on chairman@basingstokefiends.org.uk or Jo on events@basingstokefriends.org.uk if you are interested in attending the party and are not yet a member of the club.  Membership enquiries (only £15 per year) can be directed to the membership secretary Jane at membership@basingstokefriends.org.uk.

If you want to book an overnight hotel room, then you must make your own booking with the hotel. Let them know you are part of the Basingstoke Friends group at the Carvery Xmas Party to get the discount room rate.

Overnight accommodation at the hotel is expected to be available at the prices below:
£55 per night - Single room with breakfast
£70 per night - Double room with breakfast


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 4 Dec 2018 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 4 Dec 2018 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 11 Dec 2018 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 11 Dec 2018 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


E-BULLETIN DISTRIBUTION 
Meetup Sun 16 Dec 2018 
Time:   17:00
This evening, Full Members of the Basingstoke Friends social club will receive an e-Bulletin by email showing the details of all upcoming public and private member events.

If you are a member that would like to add an event to the calendar for the e-Bulletin, please make sure you have completed the event details before 5pm.

JOINING AS A FULL MEMBER TO RECIEVE THE E_BULLETIN

Full membership of Basingstoke Friends is only £15.00 for 2018. If you join at least a month before the next Chrstmas Party, you can get between £5 and £10 of the subscription back in subsidy off the price of the Party ticket. The regular price of Christmas Party tickets at our chosen hotel in 2018 was £34.95 which we subsidised down to £25.00 for full paid-up members.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 18 Dec 2018 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 18 Dec 2018 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 25 Dec 2018 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 25 Dec 2018 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 1 Jan 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 1 Jan 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 8 Jan 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 8 Jan 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 15 Jan 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 15 Jan 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 22 Jan 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 22 Jan 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 29 Jan 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 29 Jan 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 5 Feb 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 5 Feb 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 12 Feb 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 12 Feb 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 19 Feb 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 19 Feb 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 26 Feb 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 26 Feb 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 5 Mar 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 5 Mar 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 12 Mar 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 12 Mar 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 19 Mar 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 19 Mar 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 26 Mar 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 26 Mar 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 2 Apr 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 2 Apr 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 9 Apr 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 9 Apr 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 16 Apr 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 16 Apr 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 23 Apr 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 23 Apr 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 30 Apr 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 30 Apr 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 7 May 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 7 May 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 14 May 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 14 May 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 21 May 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 21 May 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 28 May 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 28 May 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 4 Jun 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 4 Jun 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 11 Jun 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 11 Jun 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 18 Jun 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 18 Jun 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 25 Jun 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 25 Jun 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 2 Jul 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 2 Jul 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 9 Jul 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 9 Jul 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 16 Jul 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 16 Jul 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 23 Jul 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 23 Jul 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 30 Jul 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 30 Jul 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 6 Aug 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 6 Aug 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 13 Aug 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 13 Aug 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 20 Aug 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 20 Aug 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 27 Aug 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.


POST MAKERSPACE SOCIAL @ THE MAIDENHEAD INN 
Meetup Tue 27 Aug 2019 
Location:   Weatherspoons - Maidenhead Inn, 17 Winchester Street, RG21 7ED, Basingstoke
Time:   21:00
Meeting:   Look for the Active Hampshire table tent
The Maidenhead Inn at 17 Winchester Street (Top of Town), Basingstoke is the clubs regular weekly venue. The pub can be found in the pedestrianized area heading towards Sarum Hill.

Look for the table with the Basingstoke Friends sign on the table near the front of the bar. New and prospective members are particularly welcome. Tonight the Committee will be the hosts from 9.00pm.

NOTE: It is not necessary to RSVP to attend this event. We normally get between 6 and 10 people from around 9.30pm onwards following the Makerspace Open Night.


BASINGSTOKE MAKERSPACE OPEN EVENING 
Meetup Tue 3 Sep 2019 
Location:   Maritime House, 65 New Road, Basingstoke
Time:   19:00
Meeting:   Go through the front door then to the rear door
Kevin is the host for this evening together with the rest of the members of the Basingstoke Makerspace.

What is a makerspace?

A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace.

These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking,

Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date.

What we'll do

Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve.

Occasionally there will also be evening talks on subjects of general interest to the Maker community. On these evenings, there will be a small door donation requested for non-members of the Makerspace to contribute towards the cost of the building and admin. Watch the web site at: http://www.meetup.com/basingstoke-makerspace.

Makerspace is a not-for-profit body.

• What to bring

Bring your ideas and projects to work on.

• Important to know

If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.



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