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What It Is

Eynsham Repair Café is a community pop-up event, where people who like to fix things meet people with things to repair.

We want to help people to use things for longer, thus saving money and reducing waste. With tea and cake! :-)

Why come?

Have you got something which needs some TLC, or is broken and you haven’t had the time or skills to fix it yourself?  A button that needs replacing; a toaster that doesn’t work; a favourite vase that needs gluing for example?

Well, don’t throw it away, bring it to a Repair Café and our volunteers will have go at fixing it! We aim to hold events in Eynsham every 2 months on the 4th Saturday of the month.

Our events have a great buzz. On average we are able to fix about 50-60% of items brought in and give advice on 20%. Only a minority can't be repaired!

Who are the volunteers?

Repair Café volunteers are local people who like fixing and getting the most out of things. They are not necessarily professionals, but people who are are willing to get stuck in We enjoy fixing and repair, not only to keep our repair skills and knowledge alive but also to help others, and keep things out of landfill.

What’s the catch?

None! We are volunteers wanting to help each other. This means that we cannot guarantee to fix something but we will certainly try and help you out.

We don’t charge for repairs but do ask if you can make a small donation to help us cover the costs of putting on the event.

Interested?

Bring your item to fix to one of our events! Look out for event posters around Eynsham, in the GreenTEA Brew, on Eynsham Online, on our Facebook page, or on the Facebook groups: “Green TEA (Transition Eynsham Area)”; “Spotted: Eynsham”; and “Free in Eynsham”.

If you like the idea of the Repair Café and want to get involved, either to help run the event or to fix things, please get in touch!

Find Us

Village Hall

46 Back Lane
Eynsham
Oxfordshire  OX29 4QW

T: 07935 832 702

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