No monthly subscription just a minimum suggested donation of £1 per visit. Come to learn, teach, ask, make, mend or talk.
Next meeting dates
Our public open night every Tuesday at 19.30 to 22:30 :
Next meeting: Tuesday June 13
Our members only night every Thursday 19.30 to 22.00:
Next meeting: Thursday June 15
Thursday evenings are for members who already know their way around the workshop, and for people who have already received induction training on the equipment they intend to use. No training takes place on Thursdays.
How To Find Us
Your first visit
Some information on coming to see us for the first time
Member info notes. (small PDF download)
What we have been doing each week at Little House ( 2023 )
Richmond MakerLabs is for people with an interest in DIY and craft. We want to hear from you if you are interested in carpentry, biohacking, chemistry, gardening, knitting... We are all-inclusive! RML could also be considered as a digitally-enabled arts and crafts club, hackspace, a hackerspace, a makerspace, a making laboratory, and a making community. Do you need help with anything electrical, mechanical or technical? Or can you offer such help? Contact us or just drop in to a meeting!
We welcome people from all over the area. Read more About Us.
Get in touch via our Contact page.
Some related links of partners, information websites and interests.
Ham United Group This is our Parent Community Interest company CIC
The Cambrian Centre offer help with IT. Ham Hydro Vintage Crafts' MAKE DO & MEND Community Crafts Project at Ham Library in Richmond Ham and Petersham Forum with links & information about the local area. RML profile on Hackerspace.org The Restart Project
Local Help and Resouces
Local Help and Resources - links providing help and support to local people (some are 24 hour)
Current Projects Linux,BSD, LEDE, macOS X & Windows Our Linux server 'Novo' Electronics Amateur Radio Mathematics Model making Laser Cutting Sewing 3D Printing and CAD Woodwork and Metalwork Skills Needed - can you help us? Biology Chemistry Interesting stuff Password Security