Time: November 5, 2022 from 12:30pm to 3:30pm
Location: Lordship Hub Café, N17
Street: Lordship Rec
Website or Map: https://bit.ly/haringeyfixers
Event Tag: repair, fix, local, café, circular economy, reuse, recycle
Posted By: Chris Setz
Latest Activity: Nov 2, 2022
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What do you do with a chair when the leg has come loose? A lamp that no longer works? A toaster that doesn't toast? A holey jumper? Throw it away? No way! We are hosting afternoons of fixing and skill-sharing.
Please book here: https://bit.ly/haringeyfixers
Repair Cafés are community events where local people get together to fix broken things and learn new skills. Repair Cafés aim to help people learn to fix things, to bring about a shift in consumerism and to throw less away. We skill-share and build community. Bring something that needs fixing and let's fix it - we have experienced fixers who can help. Don't leave it in a cupboard or throw it away - fix it.
Let us know on the order form what time suits you and what you are bringing.
If you have skills you can share, please come along and help us help others - just book the first session and let us know on the order form you can help. You can swap skills too if you have broken stuff.
Supported by bit.ly/haringeyfixers
ere is a selection of the sorts of things people have brought in so far:
Electric Toothbrush, 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, iPod, Laptop, Baby's cot, nightdress, dressing gowns, Solar lights, Lampshade, Cafetiere, Kids bikes, food mixer, Bass guitar, small wooden table, Hair straighteners, Sewing Machine, garden chairs, Swan Teasmade, Power tool cord sawn through, Amplicomms cordless phone, 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, Portable Frister Rossmann Club 4 sewing machine, moth holes in two cashmere jumpers (invisible mend), a carriage clock (pendulum not rotating), Cast iron and glass Victorian garden cloche, bubble machine, Elvis Clock, Kenwood KMC510, holey jeans, linen jumpsuit
Please come along and help us help others - come to learn, to increase your skills and to share them
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