What you can do at Let’s Make:

  • 3D design and printing – use design software to create and print 3D objects
  • virtual and augmented reality – explore amazing worlds without ever leaving the library
  • robotics – build and program robots
  • coding and programming – get creative with code and bring your ideas to life
  • film and animation – make short animated films using stop motion animation apps and software
  • sewing and embroidery – try your hand at creating innovative designs and designing your own logos with our digital sewing and embroidery machine
  • crafting – the digital cutter and crafting materials give limitless opportunities to design and create greetings cards, decorations or invitations
  • digital online training library – learn how to market your small business or move into a new career in the digital industries. Our LinkedIn Learning subscription provides a whole range of guided learning courses for independent study, to help you achieve your personal and professional goals.
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Let’s Make can help you:

  • learn new skills and experiment with the latest technology
  • be creative
  • design basic ideas into finished products
  • improve your job opportunities
  • enhance your portfolio
  • meet others, share ideas and skills.

Gallery – Let’s Make

Let's Make

Using Let’s Make

Our Let’s Make spaces are at:

Events and activities

For up-to-date information:

  • sign up to email alerts from the County Council – choose the Libraries subscription topic
  • book events and activities at Eventbrite.

Independent use

You can book to use one of our Let’s Make computers and access a range of professional learning tools and creative software, including Adobe Creative Cloud and LinkedIn Online Learning.

You will need to be a library member and take part in a short induction to the space. Users must be 16 and over unless accompanied by a responsible adult.

Contact us or visit Nuneaton or Rugby libraries for more information.

Brush up your digital design skills – borrow from our Let’s Make book collections

Practical guides and study books available with your library card:

Volunteer opportunities

Rugby and Nuneaton libraries are currently seeking “Makerspace Volunteers”. This role is to encourage customers to create, design, programme or make things using the exciting technology and craft equipment in our “Let’s Make” digital spaces.

Read the Makerspace Volunteer role guide

Apply to be a library volunteer

Regular Let's Make activities - Nuneaton timetable

Activity Day Time
Social Media:
Explore Social Media and how you could use it to promote your business more effectively. Using online learning resources and creative software, find out how to access the tools to enhance your social media skills.
Mondays 2.30pm to 3.30pm
Robotics:
Use Lego WeDo to build and program robots, try colour coding Ozobots to create new ways to interact with technology, code with micro:bits or say hello to our robot Nao.
Mondays 4pm to 5.30pm
Graphics and Design:
Using iPads, computers, a digital sewing and embroidery machine or a badge maker, find out how to create logos, badges or characters with design software from the beginning.
Alternating Wednesdays - Starting Wednesday 8 May 10am to 11.30am
Crafting:
Try digital cutting, digital embroidery and sewing, explore 3D pens, computer design for paper/card crafts and more.
Fridays 10am to 11.30am
3D:
Find out what 3D means to the world of technology. Explore 3D printers, 3D computer design, work with 3D pens, virtual reality headsets and more.
Fridays 3.15pm to 4.45pm

Regular Let's Make activities - Rugby timetable

Activity Day Time
Crafting:
Try digital cutting, digital embroidery and sewing, explore 3D pens, computer design for paper/card crafts and more.
Tuesdays 10.30am to 12 noon
Robotics:
Use Lego WeDo to build and program robots, try colour coding Ozobots to create new ways to interact with technology, code with micro:bits or say hello to our robot Nao.
Tuesdays 2pm to 3.30pm
Graphics and Design:
Using iPads, computers, a digital sewing and embroidery machine or a badge maker, find out how to create logos, badges or characters with design software from the beginning.
Alternating Wednesdays - Starting Wednesday 1 May 10am to 11.30am
3D:
Find out what 3D means to the world of technology. Explore 3D printers, 3D computer design, work with 3D pens, virtual reality headsets and more.
Thursdays 10am to 11.30am
Social Media:
Explore Social Media and how you could use it to promote your business more effectively. Using online learning resources and creative software, find out how to access the tools to enhance your social media skills.
Thursdays 4pm to 5pm