Good news - we're open for limited services in Wembley. Ujima House is now actively under refurbishment and we'd love your help in making the space the best it can be.

Please pay attention to the main LHS mailing list or pop into our #london-hack-space IRC channel and say hello.

During this interim period donations and continued membership are greatly appreciated while we transition to our new space.

Weekly Open Evenings

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Weekly Open Evening
26 February 2019 at 19:30
Our weekly meeting, where people hang out and hack on projects, socialise and collaborate. Bring beer/snacks/beverages if you like.


Our weekly meeting, where people hang out and hack on projects, socialise and collaborate. Bring beer or other beverages, or small snacks if you like.


Every Tuesday from around 7:30pm until people go home; which is generally very late.


Our space in Wembley. 388 High Road Wembley HA9 6AR.

Nearest Train/Tube Stations: Wembley Central and Wembley Stadium served by London Overground, Bakerloo ad Metropolitan Underground Lines, Chiltern Main Line, and many TfL London Bus Services.


Everyone is welcome, both members and non-members. It tends to be a nice mix of regulars, irregulars and new faces.


  • Simply to take a look around, see the Laser Cutter, etc. and have a chat.
  • Because you want to hack on projects but don't get time.
  • Because you need help with something.
  • Because you want to see the space and play with our equipment before becoming a member.
  • Because we have tools you need to use that you don't have at home.
  • Because you just want to hang out with like minded people.
  • Because you want to get involved with the organisation of the London Hackspace.


We used to go to a nearby pub, but given our new space is so lovely we tend to stay there and consume all the beer on the premises.

Sometimes, we go to the pub when we run out of beer on the premises.

What happens?

  • Other stuff. This is by no means a comprehensive list.

You can find photos of some of the stuff we've done in our Hackspace Flickr Pool.