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You can find us at:


The Quakers Meeting House

1 Orchard Road


WR14 3DA

Third Saturday of every month

from 10am - 1pm 

© 2018  Malvern Hills Repair Café 


Now into our eighth year and still opening every third Saturday in each month!

Next session: 10.00 am - 1.00 pm on Saturday 15 February 2020

The Quakers Meeting House, 1 Orchard Road, Great Malvern, WR14 3DA

We are always extremely busy during the first hour so we advise you to come along later in the morning if you can!


Repair Cafe Malvern Hills celebrated its seventh anniversary on 2nd December  2019.  It was one of the first, if not the first, Repair Cafes to open in the UK and there are now almost 120 across England and Wales,  a number that is continuing to grow.   Six repairers who were at our first event at Malvern Cube in 2012 are still with us as we enter the new year and decade of 2020. 

Our loyal and talented team of 40 volunteers bring a diverse range of  practical and sewing skills to each session.  Our front-of-house and catering teams ensure that the registration process is smooth and welcoming and that you can relax over a cup of coffee and read the Saturday newspapers while you are waiting.


New volunteers are always welcome so if you enjoy fixing things, meeting and helping people or even just washing up, please do get in touch via our Contact page - or call in at the next session and ask  for Jan or Chris Dyer. 


                 BIG FIX 2020

Repair Cafe Malvern Hills has signed up to the BIG FIX 2020!

Big Fix 2019 was held in Exeter when six of the then nine Repair Cafes in Devon came together under one roof to repair almost 300 items in one day. 


BIG FIX 2020  aims to encourage as many as possible of the 100 plus UK-based Repair Cafes listed on the Repair International website to open on 15th February 2020. This will then become the world's  biggest day of repair!  To date, 75 Repair Cafes have signed up.

If you haven't visited us during the past  seven years, why not come along to our session on 15th February and see what we do.

You will be amazed!









The Repair Cafe West Midlands project is

going well and Jan and Chris Dyer, the 

co-founders of Repair Cafe Malvern Hills

are currently supporting several community groups to open new Repair Cafes in:








Have you ever considered opening a Repair Cafe in your community but don't know where to start?


We would be very happy to help and advise you and we can even provide some funding and resources to help you get started.  If you'd like to chat about this, please contact Jan or Chris via the contact form on this website or email: