The Warehouse is a place for everyone. It’s one of the biggest shared public workshop of its kind in the UK.
Bike Maintenance, Ceramics, Computing, Digital Fabrication, Electronics, Engineering, Fashion Design, Fine Art, Furniture Design, Jewellery, Music & Audio, Photography, Printmaking, Repair, Screen Printing, Sculpture, Textiles and Wood Work
3D Printer, Belt Sander, Ceramics, CNC Milling Machine, Computing, Digital Fabrication, Disc Sander, Drying Racks, Electronics, Fabric Table, Heat Press, Heat Press, Hotplate, IMacs, Jet Wash, Jig Saw, Kiln, Laser Cutter, Library, Maker Library, Mannequins, Materials Library, Mitre Trimmer, Overlocker, Pattern Cutting Table, PCs, Photography, Pillar Drill / Drill Press, Plastics, Potters Wheel, Power Tools, Router, Sander, Sewing Machine, Slab Roller, Slip Casting Table, Soldering, Straight Stitch Machine, Table Saw, Textiles, Vacuum Former, Vinyl Cutter, Washing Machine and Wood
The Warehouse is a place for everyone. It’s one of the biggest shared public workshop of its kind in the UK, open in the first instance for residents of Barking and Dagenham.
Open access, with co-creation
There is no cost for using The Warehouse. We think this is really important for using these types of spaces for building inclusive economies. We’d like The Warehouse to be seen very much like a public library or a park, and just as essential.
Members that come to The Warehouse will be part of looking after the spaces, equipment and sharing skills within the community.
Everyone gets involved in organising how the spaces will be used, giving as much access to as many people as possible.
You’ll need to attend a Warehouse membership induction to use the space.