Hole in your jumper? Broken jewellery? Bike need a check-up? Smashed phone screen? Wobbly chair leg? Broken lamp? Want to learn how fix your broken or damaged things? Clock not ticking?
Come and get stuck in with the Nottingham Fixers who are a band of community volunteers 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 want to #sharetherepair and #fixnotthrowaway with you.
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. Donations of cakes for our cafe are very welcome. Please note that the event can be very busy at the start so you may want to come later in the afternoon.
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.
One item per person please.
Children and 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.
See you soon,