If you have something that needs to be repaired, there are plenty of ways we can help.
We offer bookable repair slots at our pop-up shop at the Share and Repair Shop at 8 Broad Street, Bath (BA1 5LJ). In line with government guidance, we currently ask you to leave your item with us for repair rather than stay.
How it works:
- Register your item and time to arrive via our online form.
- When you arrive at your selected time, you can chat to one of our volunteer repairers before leaving your item with us.
- We will keep you updated about progress and let you know when your item is ready to be returned to you.
From mid-May, we plan to restart our one-hour face-to-face repair sessions so that you can learn and gain confidence by watching your item being repaired. Keep a lookout on this page for updates.
REMOTE REPAIR BOOKINGS
If you prefer not to visit us in the Share and Repair Shop, why not use our delivery and collection service instead? For a small fee, we can collect broken items from your home with our electric cargo bike and then deliver it back to you when it’s ready.
How it works:
- Register your item using our online form.
- We will then be in touch to arrange a convenient collection time
- Collection and delivery fees are £2 per journey
(You can use our delivery and collection service for both repair items and the Library of Things)
As soon as it’s safe, we will reinstate our fabulous Repair Cafés in and around Bath… but not quite yet. We’ll update this page with details when we can.
Where to find us: The Share and Repair Shop, 8, Broad StreetBathBA1 5LJ
Opening times: Open 10am-12noon on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
Donate kettles, irons and toasters now!
HomeKIT is an exciting new project from Share and Repair to provide essential home electricals to people in low-income households. Its aim is to revive and rehome pre-loved electrical goods for the benefit of those in need.
We will take your donations of kettles, irons and toasters and, if necessary, repair them before they are donated to new homes.