What we're about
Join us for digital events on a wide range of subjects: Code Club and Pocket Coding Self- and e-publishing Build your own website Making the most of your tablet Minecraft sessions Maker Makey, programmable lego, Arduino and other fun electronic / robotic kits 3d printing Making your own virtual reality headset ... and many other subjects. Surrey Library Service has an ambition to host a makerspace: a place where people can meet to collaborate, create, learn, and innovate. It is a project that would help young people, small businesses, and the local creative economy, supporting the Council's goals of increasing wellbeing, supporting the Surrey economy, and improving residents' experience. We run Digital Friday, a programme of events which takes place on the last Friday of the month, usually at Guildford library. The aim is to establish the library service's reputation as making interesting digital things happen, to make contacts within relevant local organisations, and to build a list of people willing to act either as steering group members or as volunteers for a possible makerspace. So join us if you want to take part - either to help us work towards a makerspace at Guildford library, or simply to participate in one of our digital events.