⦁ Now into our third year! Our volunteers are back to offer all the usual repairs
⦁ Refreshments: Teas, coffee and delicious homemade cakes
⦁ Kids' Table: This month local jeweller Richard Talman will be helping children to make personalised key tags. We love to provide activities for our budding future repairers to learn new skills
Have a look at some of our recent blog articles
As part of our commitment to promoting our community we hosted a fun bake-off to celebrate our second birthday.
All of which adds up to us celebrating our community, sharing and having fun while taking steps towards a more sustainable planet.
Next repair cafés:
TBA June (village day)
There are many volunteer roles allowing you to get involved giving as little or as much as suits you. You can offer your skills as a repairer, work in the café, admin, marshalling or help out in the background answering queries, bookkeeping or supporting our marketing team. We welcome DofE students who are looking for a position
Lindfield Repair Café is a non-profit Community Interest Company project based in Lindfield. Our goal is to reduce waste by providing a volunteer-based repair service and community café to anyone in the Lindfield area. If you have something that needs fixing, just pop into one of our monthly repair café events and we’ll do our very best to have it back to you in working condition in no time at all. Remember you don't have to be a Lindfield resident, we are pleased to welcome visitors from across the mid-Sussex area.
Please note that the Repair Café cannot guarantee that they will be able to repair all items brought in but they will always have a go if possible! Spare parts for repairs are not supplied so if you need a new zip or bulb fitted it may be worth purchasing one before you come along!
Here we look back at our achievements over two years at Lindfield Repair café
Lindfield Repair Café
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