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You can find us at:

 

The Quakers Meeting House

1 Orchard Road

Malvern

WR14 3DA

Third Saturday of every month

from 10am - 1pm 

© 2018  Malvern Hills Repair Café 

 

Next session: 10.00 am - 1.00 pm on Saturday 16 November

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

Last orders are at 12.30 pm so that our team has time to deal with your repair 

SOCIAL

After almost seven years, we continue

to attract an average of 55 customers to each monthly session who bring a diverse selection of broken and damaged possessions for repair.  Our success rate remains a consistent 80%.

If you enjoy the Repair Cafe experience as a customer have you ever thought of  volunteering with us?  We're always looking for new volunteers to join our friendly team.  If you enjoy fixing things, meeting and helping people or serving tea and cake, please do get in touch.  If you're a regular to Repair  Cafe Malvern Hills, please ask for Jan or Chris Dyer. 

ECONOMIC

Our tool and knife sharpening service continues to be in demand every month but is especially popular at this time of year when garden implements are constantly in use and soon become blunt.

This is a much-needed and valued service that is no longer available on our high streets.   We never charge - all we ask is that you leave a donation.  

Our highly skilled sewing team is also available every month and will tackle any job, however small.  Not only can they repair garments they also mend bedding, rucksacks, handbags, soft furnishings, belts, cushions, curtains and blinds.....to name a few.​  

Your donations, together with the cafe income. ensure that the high quality repair and advice service is maintained for everyone at the point of delivery.

ENVIRONMENTAL

                LATEST NEWS!

 

 

 

 

 

We are pleased to announce that we have been awarded another grant from The National Lottery Community Fund.  Part of this grant will be spent on supporting at least five communities in the region to open their own Repair Cafes.  The project, known as Repair Cafe West Midlands, has already had interest from groups in Leominster, Stourbridge, Ledbury, Upton-upon-Severn and Bromyard.

Are you thinking about having a Repair Cafe in your community but need some help and advice?

We would be happy to help so do contact us via this website or speak to Jan or Chris when you next visit Repair Cafe Malvern Hills.