Repair Café WisbechBack to Activities
Repair Café Wisbech is volunteer run, by a group of people interested in repairing, fixing and not throwing away. The group meet on the 1st Wednesday of the month at the Octavia Hill Museum, to help people repair and mend a variety of items.
This activity is good for wellbeing because
- learn and share skills
- meet like minded people
- helping the environment by fixing items and saving from landfill.
‘The hub is excited to host the repair cafe and supporting the community, it’s a welcoming space for people to come together and learn how to mend and repair their items.’
How to contact
Where to go
Etcetera Community Hub CIC
Access to the
Post Office Lane
Wisbech,PE13 1EB UK
What to expect?
The Repair Café is open to any local adults. The sessions will run on the 1st Wednesday of every month from 1pm – 3pm.
You can drop into the session, no need to book. However you can email to let them know you are attending or call and leave a message with the hub.
When you arrive at the hub you will receive a friendly welcome. The volunteers will introduce themselves and talk to you about any things you would like repairing or are interested in learning to repair.
This is a new and growing group in Wisbech. Help grow the café by coming along and sharing your knowledge and skills or just pop in to learn something new or chat to like minded people.
The Repair Café Wisbech will be an opportunity to come along and learn and fix a range of household items.
You can bring items that need to be fixed or repaired. You can also come along if you don’t have anything to fix. The Café is a chance to socialise and chat with like minded people.
Items that may be able to be fixed :
- remote controls
- small portable electric items such as kettles, vacuum cleaners, radios.
- items for upcycling
- clothes; turning up, fixing buttons and zips
The Repair Cafe is free to attend. However donations are welcomed to help keep the group running.
Donations are welcomed if you have an item repaired or would like a refreshment.