You can now book your item in beforehand at Southdown, Weston and Larkhall. Drop-ins are still possible but please be aware that priority will be given to pre-booked items.
Saturday 26th September: Peasedown St John, Methodist Church Hall, 61 Bath Rd, BA2 8DL. *Drop off items (no booking required) 10-11am, collection 12.30-1pm)
Saturday 3rd October: Southdown, Methodist Hall, BA21NJ. Book in items (Southdown).
Saturday 17th October: Larkhall, New Oriel Hall, BA1 76SA. Bookings not yet open.
Before you come along… Please put your item in a bag for three days beforehand
When you arrive…
- We have screens and sanitiser in place
- Just one person per item please
- If it’s busy we may ask you to wait in your car/outside until your repairer is ready
- We can only serve refreshments in some of our locations at this time
Don’t forget, we still have our bookable, one-to-one repair sessions in the Share and Repair Shop too if you can’t make it to a Repair Cafe.
If you’d like to have something mended, look no further than our bookable Repair sessions at The Share and Repair Shop, 8, Broad Street, Bath, BA2 5LJ.
Here is what you need to know…
We are running PRE-BOOKED repair sessions only. You MUST book in advance as we cannot do drop-in repairs.
Repairs sessions are held on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays and each appointment is for 1 hour. Our repairers can fix mechanical and electrical items and we also have sewing repair slots available.
You will need to put your item in a bag THREE days before the session and not touch it so that it is quarantined. This reduces the risk to our repairers.
Please bring a face mask with you. It is up to you and the repairer to decide whether to wear masks.
When you arrive in the Share and Repair Shop, you will sit at a table with the repairer. There is a perspex screen between you and repairer so you can watch the repair.
Repairs are free of charge but donations are, of course, welcome.
You can donate using cash in the shop or through Local giving HERE!