Date: 11 November 2017
Time: to be confirmed
Venue: to be confirmed
Cost: Free, donations towards Repair Café costs very welcome
More info: For more information about upcoming Cambridge area Repair Cafés in Cottenham, Waterbeach, Histon and Abingtons see the CircularCambridge website. For details on the international repair movement see the Repair Cafe web-site. Or check out this brilliant short video made by Channel4, or read this Guardian article from 15 April 2017.
Got something that’s broken, that you think could be repaired if only you knew how? Or do you enjoy repairing things, whether that’s fixing computers, getting radios working again or darning socks? We are holding our next Repair Café in Cambridge on Saturday 11 November 2017. The idea is really simple – people who have stuff that needs to be fixed get together with people who can help them fix it - and you can pick up some simple repair skills at the same time! We can't guarantee that we'll be able to fix your item but we'll do our best.
We hope to be able to repair small household gadgets and electricals, computers, bikes, clean clothes and small fiddly bits and bobs and will keep this page updated as repairers with different skills sign up to help. If you already know that your item will need a spare part (e.g. new mobile phone screen, new zip) please bring this along so that the repairers can do the repair.
Do you have something that needs repairing? Email us with details of the item and what's wrong with it.
We're always keen to involve more repairers, so please get in touch if you'd like to lend a hand at this or at future events! Let us know what sorts of things you can repair, and we’ll be in touch.
Tea and cake available of course!
We're going to need lots of help! Here are some specific things we're looking for help with, but if you could just help out generally with whatever needs doing, that will also be appreciated - please Let us know if you'd like to help out.
Organized by Cambridge Skillshare and Repair, a partnership between Transition Cambridge and Cambridge Carbon Footprint, and by Drapers Tools and Mackays.
The Repair Café movement is growing rapidly, and is all about people helping each other out, learning how to fix things which are fixable, and keeping stuff out of landfill.