Welcome to the hackspace

Hack Oldham is a place for people to be creative – whether it’s writing code, making things with fabrics, woodworking or taking photographs there’s an opportunity to work with others in a friendly informal environment.

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Flexible desk hire for startups, sole traders and SME’s with high speed internet, FREE refreshments and surrounded by likeminded people.


If you’re a freelancer, micro business or SME you’re welcome to join our friendly community of co-workers.

  • Desk and chair
  • High speed internet
  • Tea and coffee on tap
  • Kitchen Facilities
  • Printer
  • Meeting areas
  • Professional environment


Hack Oldham signs up to be Digital Futures Ambassador

At Hack Oldham we’ve committed to being a responsible member of Manchester’s tech community, one that is committed to actively developing the region’s talent pipeline.. That’s why we’ve registered to become a Digital Futures Ambassador – so we can join the 250...

Why should I volunteer?

Volunteering? Living in a society that is built around money, it may seem strange, that many people willingly do jobs that are unpaid. Society has taught us that if we work hard, we will be able to attain better jobs, and in turn, have more money. Money will make us...

Member’s Projects: Harry’s Dollhouses

Around a year ago, one of our member’s started making dollhouses using the facilities at Hack Oldham. The art of woodworking and designing, was not something Harry ever found an interest in during his school years, but years on, and Harry’s day-to-day life is filled...

Women are still underrepresented in STEM – time to change

Research shows that women in STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), continue to be underrepresented, despite the number of jobs in these areas increasing (1). This imbalance is at all levels, with less women studying STEM subjects at...

A makerspace(also referred to as a hacklab, hackerspace or hackspace) is a community-operated, Not For Profit, workspace where people with common interests, often in computers, machining, technology, craft, science, digital art or electronic art, can meet, socialise and collaborate.

If you’re interested in doing interesting things the makerspace is designed with you in mind. The workshop is home to a host of equipment, resources and workspaces to help you realise your ideas.

  • 3D Printers
  • 3D Scanner
  • Laser Cutter
  • Soldering stations
  • Electronics lab
  • Wood working tool


Sharing and collaboration with like minded individuals.

Hack Oldham offers a wide range of meetups and usergroups for topics from textiles to technology. Meetups allow like minded people to get together to share resources and experience, to socialise and collaborate.

Currently meetings in the space include: Oldham WordPress User Group, Crafty Hack, Table top gaming, and much more.

If you or your organisation would like to hold a meetup at Hack Oldham then get in touch.