We are here to help household items have a longer life by fixing them rather than throwing them away.
This reduces the volume of raw materials and energy needed to make new products.
It also cuts CO2 emissions by reusing instead of manufacturing new products.
We want to promote a repair culture and invite each one of our visitors to sit with a volunteer fixer.
We want to help people who have practical knowledge ensure their valuable skills are passed on.
We are also here to promote social cohesion in the community by connecting local residents from very different backgrounds and with different motives with each other.
Repair Cafes are a great place to meet like minded people and learn or pass on skills to someone you might never have met in day to day life.