The Repair Cafe concept is a tried-and-tested model, which uses the skills existing within a community to repair items that are broken, but fixable.
The next Repair Cafe will take place on Saturday 10 September from 10am to 1pm
It brings people together, creates social capital and stops perfectly good things going to landfill. If you like fixing, mending and repairing things then you could help be a part of Baslow’s Repair Cafe, which takes place at the church rooms in Baslow.
Volunteers offer their skills to fix electrical appliances, mend clothes, do bike repairs, sharpen knives and garden implements, repair furniture and anything else that they have the skills to do.
Happy people, whose items have been fixed or repaired, make a donation to a charity; in this case the chosen charity provides safe and hygienic toilets in developing countries.
As well as happy customers, perfectly good things do not go to landfill. It’s good for local people, good for the environment and good for people in developing countries.
If you can help to fix or mend or repair anything at all we’d love to hear from you.
To find out more contact Graham Duncan: telephone 07979 900373 or email: email@example.com.