this coming Friday from 2pm we're visited by a group of young children and teenager with their parents. We'll be showing them the space, holding a woodcutting workshop and a printmaking workshop, teaching them a few things and helping them make a thing or two. This will likely finish by 5pm.
I.e., it's the second Young Hackspace, this time with Billy Smith and Sam Kelly giving the workshops. 
If you're planning to be at the space this Friday: please be considerate of the kids and their safety. Don't leave sharp objects lying around, don't leave open power sources unattended, unplug any heavy machinery when it's not used, etc. Any assistance in keeping things safe is appreciated.
As usual we'll make sure the Hackspace is prepared. We'll do a health & safety check, and may move things around a bit to be on the safe side. (Much of the time the younger kids will be in the Quiet Room, and the older ones in the Dirty Room.)
As before, note that this is not an open invite event, we have limited attendance and are fully booked. We'll do a few more of these to get a sense of what kind of event the Young Hackspace is. Last time we had a lot of demonstrations; this time we're focusing on a teaching session followed by a freeform work session.
Thanks for your support!
And a hole for drips from the tap to go through perhaps?
Also, it should be networked with an alarm to sound if it's left off when the station is switched off. And we should paint it sparkly pink.