Date: Sat 16 Oct
Time: 1pm - 3pm
Venue: St Andrew's Hall, Chesterton CB4 1DH
We're back again for just one more Repair Café in Cambridge this year. Some of the village Repair Café groups are planning events in the next couple of months, so you'll still be able to get advice and help with your broken items.
At our Repair Café, you'll be able to discuss your broken item with a repairer who'll check it over and hopefully fix it. You can help too if you like - we hope you will :)
This is a free event, but as usual we are grateful for any donations, so we can cover our costs.
We're sorry but we are only able to accept pre-booked items. This is to ensure that we keep numbers of people to a safe level as a Covid precaution. We ask that all visitors wear face coverings.
Send us details of your broken item and we'll book you a time slot. Our online booking form is now live here. We'll be booking in household gadgets, jewellery and sewing repairs.
For safety reasons we don't take on microwaves or some flat screen TVs. We normally ask that anything other than simple repairs to mobile phones and tablets are taken to local specialist businesses.
If we can't help with your item, we'll try and suggest a next step.
Repair Cafés in Cambridge City are organised by Cambridgeshire Repair Café network (aka Cambridge Skillshare and Repair) a partnership between Transition Cambridge and Cambridge Carbon Footprint, and supported by Drapers Tools and Mackays.
We continue to support groups in Cambridgeshire villages who run their own Repair Cafes, and run occasional training sessions for new groups in Cambridgeshire who would like to set one up locally.