A call has gone out for creative Highlanders, asking whether they want their own space to get inventive.
Social enterprise Highland Tech Hub has launched a survey to see how much interest there would be in a makerspace – also known as a hack club – for the Highlands.
Already well established in other cities in Scotland, these offer a space where people can work on projects, whether traditional crafts, electronics, or robotics.
Highland Tech Hub exists to encourage the uptake of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in the Highlands, and has already worked with schools and young people in the region.
The aim of the makerspace is to encourage an engagement with STEM in the wider community.
Highland Tech hub member Daryl Titcomb said…