History

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What Laboratory 24 looked like in the early days
What hacking looked like in what is now the Quiet Room (used to be the workshop)

Hackspace chronology

~20/1/2009 Setting up a hackspace in London first discussed by Russ and Jonty
25/1/2009 'london-hack-space' mailing list created and posted to[1] (at 23:18:32) and #london-hack-space channel on IRC [2] (at 23:23:11)
25/1/2009 Initial 'we will fight them on the beaches' announcement sent to various mailing lists.[3]
26/1/2009 First tweet from @londonhackspace
2/2/2009 Company formed[4]
10/2/2009 First public meeting held at Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese - 20 people were in attendance.[5]
16/3/2009 First paying member (who was this?)
29/9/2009 Moved into Barnsbury Terrace [6].
17/7/2010 Moved into Unit 24 Cremer Street. (Deposit 14/7, keys 16/7)[7]
27/7/2010 First AGM. Held at Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese.
31/12/2010 Extended next door, into Unit 23 Cremer Street.
10/2/2011 200th member joins.
10/2/2011 Celebrated the 2nd birthday of the London Hackspace at Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese.
8/6/2011 300th member joins.
7/2/2012 400th member joins.
10/2/2012 Celebrated the 3rd birthday of the London Hackspace at Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese.
9/8/2012 500th member joins.
11/2/2013 Celebrated the 4th birthday of the London Hackspace at Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese.
13/4/2013 Moved into 447 Hackney Road.
10/2/2014 Celebrated the 5th birthday of the London Hackspace at Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese.
9/07/2014 1,000th member joins.