Suez is our lead partner this Repair Week!
SUEZ recycling and recovery UK has a proud history of delivering award-winning environmentally responsible recycling and waste management solutions to 25,000 customers across the public and private sector.
Primark is committed to becoming a more circular business and giving its clothes a longer life under its Primark Cares sustainability strategy. Primark is changing the way it makes and sources its products, halving its carbon emissions by 2030 and supporting the livelihoods of the people who make its clothes.
Galore is the leading circular platform where customers can trade authenticated designer handbags using Digital Passports. This Repair Week we will be restoring a designer handbag so you can see how we do it!
Hillingdon will be hosting a Repair and Reuse Day, where you can come and learn ways to mend your electrical devices, clothes, bikes and more!
At Westminster City Council, we are working hard to reduce our impact on the environment and increase our recycling rate by introducing a city-wide food waste service as well as running events during Repair Week!
West London Waste Authority are running repair cafes in Harrow and Hillington for Repair Week!
We are running loads of events at our Textile Repair Café in the Whitgift Centre!
Team Repair is a startup teaching children science, tech, & repair. We are on a mission to encourage children from all backgrounds to pursue science, technology, engineering & maths (STEM), and to mitigate the e-waste crisis by teaching the next generation how to repair and not replace their broken goods.
At the Royal College of Art, the Textile Circularity Centre envisions a future where bio waste is used to manufacture textiles to build a UK supply chain of circular biomaterials.
Have your little loved ones worn through the knees of their favourite dungarees, or spilt permanent paint on that extra special dress? Fear not, dotte is here to help!
At Make Mee Studio we aim to mend our relationship with clothing by empowering children & adults with sewing and craft skills. Saving the planet one stitch at a time! We’re running two Repair Week specials of our Sewcial Sessions!
Come to our online events and get to grips with clothing repair skills. You could be a complete beginner or want to refresh your skills – drop in to your free workshops and grow your repair skills!
For Repair Week we are hosting repair and reuse pop-up events where you can get your items repaired as well as learning new skills for yourself! With events including textile mending, bike fixing and electrical repair there’s a lot on offer!
Islington are running 16 events this Repair Week! There’s bike repair, computer maintenance, furniture fixing, clothes mending and more!
Waltham Forest are running a staggering 18 events during Repair Week! With sewing socials, street stalls and 3D printer demonstrations there’s something for everyone!
The Remakery is a co-operative workshop in South London developing opportunities around the reuse of surplus materials.
We are hosting a Repair and Reuse Day on Saturday 25th March 2023 from 10:30am-2pm!
Ealing Repair café encourages the mending of clothes and textiles. We want to get more people valuing and wearing their clothes for longer and to move away from fast disposable fashion. We run friendly monthly gatherings around Ealing, giving suggestions and show examples of repairs done by our community.
Beyond Retro is a pre-loved clothing retailer and they’re running a Repair Week event in their Argyll St store!
The Repair Cafe Nunhead is the place to bring broken belongings in need of mending!
Chiswick Repair Cafe is a voluntary initiative to help reduce waste, share repair skills and strengthen the local community. Bring your broken or worn items to the Chiswick Repair Café and our volunteer repair experts will help you to mend your things, teach you repair skills, or give advice on what can be done. Visitors pay for any parts (if necessary) and are asked to make a donation to the Repair Cafe running costs.
Learn how to fix your electricals and keep them out of landfill with our monthly Electronic Repair Parties at Livat Hammersmith.
With repair workshops and traineeships, Mer-IT’s mission is to end the digital divide and get people repairing their electronic items instead of throwing them away.
Brentford Clothes Repair Café was set up by the Parish of Brentford in 2022 to encourage people to repair items of clothing instead of buying new. The aim of Brentford Clothes Repair Café is to equip people with the skills and confidence to explore new techniques to repair clothes and share this knowledge and experience within a like minded community.
East London Waste Authority are hosting repair cafes across East London and electrics repair workshops for ages 8-13!