Repair Café

Free meeting places, all about repairing things together

How to get involved

Time: As a Repair Café local organiser you will need about 4 hours a week to get your Café up and running, a full day to run your first Café and then 2 hours a week to maintain the group and organise subsequent Cafés.

If there is no Repair Café in your area we can help you to start one. Just register your interest here and we'll guide you through the whole process of organising your own Repair Café.

5 Steps
Who?
Sarah Broderick joined Repair Cafe @ Cuppa a Repair Café group almost 2 years ago
Jim Armour joined Repair Café Ennistimon a Repair Café group almost 2 years ago
Ann-Marie Kirwan joined Kilkenny a Repair Café group almost 2 years ago
Oana Ní o'Mara joined a Repair Café group almost 2 years ago
Katie Smith joined Repair Café Dublin a Repair Café group almost 2 years ago
Lauren Guillery joined a Repair Café group about 2 years ago
Josie Driscoll joined a Repair Café group about 2 years ago
Sophie Rdl joined REPAIR CAFE with Dublin Men's 'COMMUNITY SHED a Repair Café group about 2 years ago
Skin 15 joined Galway a Repair Café group about 2 years ago
Mark Jordan joined ShedQuarters Maesteg a Repair Café group about 2 years ago
Cathy Wilde joined You break it we fix it a Repair Café group about 2 years ago
Eileen Lauster joined Repair Café Galway a Repair Café group about 2 years ago
Colin Thomson joined Dublin a Repair Café group about 2 years ago
Colin Thomson joined Focus Repair Cafe a Repair Café group about 2 years ago
Jill Nesbitt joined Repair Café Bray a Repair Café group over 2 years ago
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