We welcome anyone who would like to get involved.

Membership of The Making Space costs £10 per month.

Members of The Making Space have rights and responsibilities.

We get fantastic support from our hosts The Media Centre, and without their offer of a space that we could clean up and convert we probably still wouldn't have a home.


An equal say

An equal say in running the organisation as set out in our constition. In short this means that we meet once a month for an hour, and all decisions are made at this meeting by the people present, if possible by consenus but if not by majority decision. All members are welcome at any meeting, but there is no obligatin to come. Our constitution can be found on the Facebook members group.

An equal share

All members have an equal share in all commonly owned equipment and to our space.

A welcoming, safe, harrasment-free space

The Making Space is dedicated to providing a harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or technology choices. We do not tolerate harassment of The Making Space participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate for any The Making Space venue, including talks, workshops, parties, Twitter and other online media. The Making Space participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the The Making Space without a refund at the discretion of The Making Space members.
Adapted from http://confcodeofconduct.com/


Look after everyone's rights.

Be friendly and take time to share your knowledge, time and resources with anyone who needs help.

Welcome new members and visitors as soon as the enter they space

If new people come into the space please don't just continue your work and leave it to someone else. Everyone should say hello straight away, offer help with settling in, a cup of tea, any other common courtesy.

Follow the everyday rules for running the space

Don't leave things for somebody else - do your washing up, tidy up your work, buy some milk, empty the dustbin and any other common sense things that make a happy, productive working environment.

Induction and any neccesary training

Make sure you have had the induction and any necesary training on any equipment or materials you might need. It's your responsibility to find out what you need to know and to know it.

Don't be on fire.

Or do any other things that will put other people, yourself or the space at risk of harm. Common sense and appropriate care are your responsibility.

Don't set off the burglar alarm

There is a £50 call out fee if the burglar alarm is set off. If you are responsible for setting it off, you'll have to pay the £50 sorry.

Please give us a month's notice if you decide to stop being a member of The Making Space.

We welcome anyone who wants to get involved.