We will have a full house of volunteers at this our last repair café before Christmas. Bring along your electrical goods, bikes, furniture, clothes, textiles, shoes, bric-a-brac and Christmas decorations and we will do our uppermost to help you fix them.
This Repair Café will be our 25th event and will mark our 2nd birthday so please help us celebrate by joining us and sharing our flyer far and wide.
We’ll be back for more repairing in September at Brighton’s Mini Maker Faire
on the 6th September; a great annual event where creativity and invention are encouraged in all sorts of weird and wonderful ways!
In the mean time check out the event Izzie (one of the Brighton Repair Café’s Founders) is holding at the end of the month:
We will have volunteers on hand to help you fix electrical goods, jewellery, clothing and textiles, and to darn your woollens.
After the successful repairing at the June repair café we will also have Ali, our wonderful new volunteer, helping you fix your furniture.
Sadly, we won’t be offering bike repairs this session, but if you need help to fix your bike head down to the Bike Hub. They are really helpful and doing great work.
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Then come and chat to us in person at tomorrow’s repair café
at St George’s Church, St George’s Road, Kemp Town.
We’ll have volunteers and tools on hand to help repairs of bikes, electrical goods, clothing, textiles and anything that needs darning.
So come and join us to mend something or find out more about what we do.
Iain will be running the Seven Bees Cafe which does amazing brunches, tea, coffee and cakes
with live music from The Dobly Brothers (funked up covers), Homebrood (Irish folk)
Banned Sauce (funky, rockin’ blues).
So put on your dancing shoes and join us to celebrate our 1st birthday.
P.S. It’s a cash bar so make sure you bring plenty of pennies to keep the drinks a flowing & the dancing going!
P.P.S. There won’t be any fixing going on at the party so save all those broken things and bring them to our next repair event on the 15th March 11am-2pm at St George’s Church.