Farnham Repair Café
Latest Repair Statistics
*This also assumes diversion from materials recycling.
What is a Repair Café
“Repair Cafés are free ‘community-centred workshops’ for people to bring consumer products in need of repair, where they can work together with volunteer fixers to repair and maintain their broken or faulty products. In addition to repair, many Repair Cafés provide assistance with product modification, particularly to clothing to improve fit and appearance.” Charter & Keiller, 2016
The Type of Products we Repair
We see many different types of household products at the Repair Café such as clothing needing a replacement zipper, bicycles with sticky gears, chairs with broken legs, lamps with damaged cables, gardening tools that no longer trim, radios in need of a tune and old clocks that don’t keep time. What we’ve found is that many household products CAN be repaired successfully using the experience and collective know-how within our growing community of volunteer repairers. The great news is that by repairing we save money, resources, reduce our CO2 emissions and have a lot of fun and satisfaction along the way.
Where is Farnham Repair Café
Farnham Repair Café normally operates on the second Saturday of every month at The Spire Church, right in the heart of Farnham, Surrey. We are open from 10am to 1pm where we have a dedicated team of volunteer helpers and repairers. There is no charge for entry or for our time to assess, provide advice and attempt the repair of faulty products. Any donation towards the running of the our repair café is always gratefully received.
Please note that the latest time you can book a faulty product in for repair is 12:30pm.