Our first Repair Cafe of 2020! We're back in Sherwood Methodist Church upstairs room from 2-5pm. We look forward to seeing you either to learn or share repair skills, volunteer or pop-in for a drink and a cake.
So, broken things at the ready - have you a hole in your jumper? Broken jewellery? Bike need a check-up? Kettle not working? Come and learn how fix your broken or damaged things.
Nottingham Fixers, who are a band of community volunteers, are ready to help you learn to repair your broken households items. We believe that there are many items that can repaired rather than be replaced or thrown away, and we want to 'Share the Repair' and involve you in the fixing.
So, bring your broken things to our fun event in the upstairs rooms of Sherwood Methodist Church, and have a cake and a drink in our pop-up cafe.
Stay in touch with us as we will announce which items we can fix as people come forward to volunteer to help.
We’re happy to help you learn how to repair.
We are not repair professionals and the event is a community self-repair space.
Attending means that you take responsibility for your own item. Please back up your data on any devices as relevant.
Children are welcome and must be supervised at all time.
Donations are gratefully received and support our work!
Buses: Lime and Purple lines, Bingham Road stop. There is street parking near to the Church.
The rejuvenated Nottingham Fixers are a band of volunteers who want to change the culture from 'if it's broken then chuck it', to 'if it's broken let's fix it.' And we like to have a cuppa and cake while we're doing it!