Cambridge Makers are delighted to have use of the space at 6 Lintech court in Linton.

The downstairs is kindly shared by Daniel Bangham, founder and director of Cambridge Woodwind Makers, and has been transformed into a well equipped workshop suitable for wood, glass and metal work. It is known as The Champion Workshop and is primarily used by Daniel and Cambridge Woodwind Makers.

The upstairs area is an equally well equipped studio space with additional office, cutting and inspiration room (includes the Helen Hogan library), and a lovely kitchen. This area is primarily used by Cambridge Art Makers.

We are delighted to share the kitchen with Janne Hallinan of How2B Gluten Free.

Cambridge Makers is run by the Bangham family; primarily Daniel, Susannah and Rosemary. They are all currently part-time volunteers.

There is Cambridge Makers Wifi. If you require disabled access please speak to us. At present both our toilets are on the first floor, we will be installing an accessible toilet downstairs as soon as funds allow.

Car parking is available outside the Cambridge Makers building. Double parking outside our own building is allowed but please be prepared to move as required. Parking is also available on the main road of the industrial estate. Vehicles are left at the owner’s own risk.

We are within walking distance of Linton Kitchen, Wylde Sky Brewery which hosts music nights and food vans most Friday and Saturday nights, Linton Zoo, Spotted Giraffe (soft play), Strictly Dance Studio, Linton Fitness and a variety of pubs and shops.

Anyone visiting Cambridge Makers should read our Visitor & Participant Guidelines.

A great opportunity to visit us is during Open Studios.

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Cambridge Makers

Both Cambridge Art Makers and Cambridge Woodwind Makers are located at the same address.

Address | 6 Lintech Court, Linton, CB21 4XN

Cambridge Art Makers

Email | cambridgeartmakers@gmail.com

Phone | 01223 890 308

Cambridge Woodwind Makers

Email | information@cambridgewoodwindmakers.org

Phone | 01223 713 101