City of London

Hosted by Restart the Capital

Restart Parties in association with the London Waste and Recycling Board will be coming to another central London venue located close to the Barbican exhibition centre in EC2.
This is a free event where you can bring along your Slow laptops, broken printers, smartphones, coffee grinders, lamps, kettles – you name it. We will have a go at fixing most anything with a plug or battery  and which can be carried – we don’t do white goods like fridges because of the size, or microwaves (because of safety issues).
There is no need to book but please arrive at least 30 minutes before the end of the event (3pm) or ideally as early as possible in case demand is high.
In partnership with LWARB and City of London Council, the aim of the event is to promote the repair and maintenance of electronic products that may otherwise be needlessly thrown away. This is not a training course but we will give you some useful tips and knowledge regarding your gadgets and hopefully save you some money!
Unfortunately soldering is not permitted at this event. Attending means that you take responsibility for your own gadget, your own data, so please do not forget to back-up your data. And bring all relevant cables and leads.
The event starts at 12pm until 3pm.
We look forward to seeing you there.
The Lilac Room
Barbican Estate, Lauderdale Place, EC2Y 8EN, London
Saturday, 18 November 2017
12:00 - 15:00

Restart the Capital


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