We hope you've found our 'Tips' useful over the past few weeks, and it's been great to see what people have been fixing. It's going to be a while before we can meet in our usual format, so we're now taking some time to work out if there is anything else that we can do … Continue reading What next for Repair Café?
Have you got a stash in the bottom of your jewellery box? Things that you don't want to part with, but haven't had the time to fix? Maybe now is the moment? Sadly you can't pop in this month and see our wonderful jewellery repairers, but there are many places online with tips and tricks. … Continue reading Tips: Costume Jewellery
Across the city people are turning to their bikes to get out and about. The weather has been glorious, the roads are safer than they've been for decades for cyclists, and whether your getting to you're work shift or taking the kids out for exercise, bikes are making a come-bac If you're dusting off your … Continue reading Tips: Keeping your bike fit
This weekend we're doing a special shout out for experienced sewers. Some of you will have seen in previous posts that women and men across the nation are coming together to make scrubs for the NHS. The local scrubbers team are doing an amazing job, but they still have a large number of requests that … Continue reading A shout out for Team Scrubbers
So this weekend we wanted to tell you about one of our favourite repair help sites. iFixit.com is full of guides on fixing electrical and non-electrical items, and if you're a fixer you can upload your own step-by-step guides on repairing things to help the community grow even more. They've got guides for fixing a … Continue reading Tips: iFixit.com
So you've been out for your windswept daily exercise and you're wondering what to do with the rest of your day? How about repairing something? We'll be posting ideas each week, and if you have questions to pose to our volunteers about your repairs, just message us on Facebook or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org This … Continue reading Tips: Sewing