Tottenham – Lordship Rec

London, United Kingdom

Hosted by Group avatarHaringey Fixers

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Description

It’s that time again – the first Saturday of every month we hold a Repair Café in the Lordship Hub Community Centre in Tottenham!

Here’s a list of some of what people have needed help fixing over the last 6 months or so:

Electric Toothbrush, clothes that need some attention, cordless kettle, toaster, leather shirt (torn sleeve), Electric Oil Heater, cloth bag, broken ceramics, laser printer, tabletop cooker, mobile phone, shirt, Espresso machine, Bosch Multi-Tool, Leather bag, DVD player, CD Player, portable TV, DAB Radio, various laptops, kitchen scale, handheld blender, aromatherapy diffuser, Sony Walkman, ear buds, Henry Vacuum cleaner, fan heater, circular saw, torch, computer monitor, Baby’s cot, nightdress, dressing gowns, Solar lights, Lampshade, Cafetiere, Kids bikes, food mixer, Bass guitar, small wooden table, Hair straighteners, Sewing Machine, coffee grinder, garden chairs, Swan Teasmade, Power tool cord sawn through, Amplicomms cordless phone, android and iPhones with problems, hedge trimmer, a tabletop cooker, lampshade, cafetiere. A dress that is too big for me along the waist, table fan, tall fan, backpack whose handle at the top has detached, kettle, kids metal detector, toy crow with broken beak, Moth holes in jumpers, a carriage clock. Pendulum not rotating, Flymo mower, Electric Golf cart, Sony PSP button sticking.

Supported by https://haringeyfixers.org

Location

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Higham Road, London N17 6NU, UK

About the group

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Haringey Fixers

We run 'community repair' events in Haringey on most weekends each month - three hour sessions, all free, run by volunteers.

We're always looking for people to help out in the whole range of ways that make Repair Cafés\Restart Parties work, from setting up and taking down, making the tea, being a repairer, being a supportive spectator, collecting data, editing web pages, shadowing whilst you learn, doing repair triage and generally adding to the warm, positive atmosphere we all help contribute to.

So, please call or email us on [email protected] to become a volunteer, observer or a repairer.

You're very welcome to book something in and get help fixing it so you can see how we operate if that appeals to you.

Let's get to know each other and swap skills for the good of the planet :)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/HaringeyFixers

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