Fixin' 'n fettlin' broken stuff, for 'nowt



10AM-1PM, 4th August, 2024


Had an item fixed and want to help to keep Slawit Repair Cafe up and running?

All proceeds go right back into the repair cafe to keep us stocked with the things we need to fix your items and keep them out of the landfill.


Lower Ground Floor, The Civic Hall, New Street, Slaithwaite, HD7 5AB
Go down the right hand side of the Civic Hall to the Experience Community door at the back of the building.
Total amount donated so far by our community:
£ 0

N'ah then. What's this 'ere Repair Cafe thing?

Repair cafes are a community project to promote sustainability by encouraging people to repair broken items instead of discarding them.

People bring items like electronics, clothing, and household appliances to be fixed, for free, with the help of skilled volunteers.

This helps reduce waste, saves money, and preserves traditional repair knowledge. It fosters a culture of community spirit and promotes a more sustainable world by showing that repair is a better option than replacement.

Aye, it's totally free

Broken Toaster


Want to get involved? You can! And you don't need to be a fixer to do it. Everyone is welcome.

Repair Cafe People


If you do want to talk about a repair ahead of the Repair Cafe, there's a contact form below.

Get in touch

Your information will only ever be used to contact you about your message to the Repair Cafe. It won’t be given, sold, shared or rented to anyone else. Ever.

Want to get involved at Slawit Repair Cafe?


We’re always keen for more people to join us at Slawit Repair Cafe. No matter what your expertise is, there’s lots to do to help keep the Repair Cafe running smoothly.


Fixers are the people who repair the items that visitors bring in to the Repair Cafe.

We get a wide range of items, from kitchen appliances and laptops to teddy bears and garden chairs, so we’re always on the lookout for people with different skills.


The Repair Cafe couldn’t run without our admin helpers; the people who meet and greet the public, take details about the items, and keeping everything organised and running smoothly on the day.

The importance of this aspect of a Repair Cafe can’t be overstated.

So even if you aren’t a fixer, there are valuable ways to volunteer at the Repair Cafe and to make a huge impact.


Got another skill you feel the Repair Cafe would benefit from, and want to join in? Tell us about it, and let’s talk!

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