The Toolhouse, London E17

London, United Kingdom

Hosted by Group avatarForest Fixers

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Volunteers at a Restart Party fixing devices, cropped on hands

Description

The Toolhouse is part of the Pumphouse Museum. It is a new venue, set up with power tools, two 3D printers and lots of other stuff for fixing things. The other areas will be open so this is a chance to fix some stuff along with a visit to the Pumphouse (with any luck they’ll have one or two of their old steam pumps in operation) and look round some old Tube carriages.

If you are coming to fix with us, please let us know via the RSVP button top right.

If you would like something fixed, please booked on Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/forest-fixers-75216927483

Location

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10 South Access Road, London E17 8AX, UK

About the group

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Forest Fixers

Welcome to Forest Fixers.

We hold repair cafes and we have a repair club which meets a couple of times a month.

Forest Fixers' Repair Cafes

This is where people bring their small electrical items (toasters, lamps, radios etc) so that we can help you fix them. You can book on Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/forest-fixers-75216927483 and we will send you a time slot a couple of days before the event. One of our fixers will help you fix your gadget or small appliance (sorry no microwaves).

Forest Fixers' repair clubs

These are skill-sharing (and sometimes training) sessions for people who want to help out at our repair cafes and would like to upgrade their skills. Everyone from beginners to experts welcome! You can bring your own tools or use ours. All repair clubs take place on a Tuesday from 6:30pm - 9pm. You are welcome to come to just part of the session. Please book by selecting the RSVP button for the sessions you would like to come to.

Our main base is at:

The Mill

7-11 Coppermill Lane

London E17 7HA

The nearest station is St James Street (Liverpool Street to Chingford Line), which is just round the corner from The Mill

or a 12 minute walk from Walthamstow Central (Victoria Line) or Queens Road (Barking to Gospel Oak Line).

There is plenty of cycle parking right outside The Mill

@Lisa_Percival

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