Salvation Army, Thornton Heath

Hosted by Group avatar Sustainable Thornton Heath

Party impact





13 kg

waste prevented

41 kg

CO2 emission prevented


devices fixed


devices repairable


devices dead

equivalent to...

Volunteers at a Restart Party fixing devices, cropped on hands


Sustainable Thornton Heath's repair parties form part of its monthly Pop-up Sustainable Living Hubs.

These hubs aim to give the community a range of tangible offerings in relation to sustainability, the great majority of which are free or on a donation basis.

Offerings include cycle repairs, clothes repairs, electricals & electronics repairs, themed kids' activities, item swaps, and lots of advice, info and inspiration from many different people, groups and organisations on many different sustainability themes.


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66 High Street, Thornton Heath CR7 8LF, UK

About the group

Group avatar

Sustainable Thornton Heath

Sustainable Thornton Heath is for anyone and everyone, no matter whether you know lots or nothing about climate change and other environmental issues, and whether you have made some or no changes to your lifestyle yet to live more sustainability. We are a group committed to learning, sharing and supporting each other to live more sustainable lives and to help make Thornton Heath more sustainable.

Sustainable Thornton Heath runs bi-monthly 'Eco Living Fests' near to Thornton Heath on the 3rd Saturday afternoon (1-4pm) of the respective months (Jan, Mar, May, Jul, Sep & Nov) at Holy Innocents Church Hall in South Norwood. Entrance is free and people can get free help with cycle repairs, free clothes mending skill sharing, free workshops / demos, refills of cleaning & bodycare products, vegan refreshments, a Kids' Zone, and lots of free information, advice and inspiration from lots of local groups and organisations on many sustainability themes (e.g. energy, activism, financial services and food).

In between these Fests we are also hold repair parties at another venue in Thornton Heath, St Albans the Martyr, with the same timing as the Fests (i.e. 3rd Saturday of the respective months (Feb, Apr, Jun, Aug, Oct, Dec)), 1-4pm).

Group Stats




hours volunteered

parties thrown

149 kg

waste prevented

1627 kg

CO2 emission prevented