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Repair Cafe – Sunday May 15th

Reading Repair CaferLab is proud to be hosting Reading Repair Cafe this Sunday, May 15th, between 12:00 and 16:30.

So if you have something that’s broken, or some tools that need sharpening, bring them down to Unit C1, Weldale Street, Reading, RG1 7BX, where the volunteers will be only too pleased to help you.

There will be plenty of expertise in computers, electricals, mending clothes; the right tools to get things fixed; and some cakes and food for sale too!

 

More details here and here too

Repair Cafe at rLab

Repair Cafe at rLab

Reading Repair Cafe – this weekend

Reading Repair CaferLab is proud to be hosting Reading Repair Cafe this Sunday, January 24th, between 12:00 and 16:30.

So if you have something that’s broken, or some tools that need sharpening, bring them down to Unit C1, Weldale Street, Reading, RG1 7BX, where the volunteers will be only too pleased to help you.

There will be plenty of expertise in computers, electricals, mending clothes; the right tools to get things fixed; and some cakes and food for sale too!

 

More details here and here too

Reading Repair Cafe – this weekend

Reading Repair CaferLab is proud to be hosting Reading Repair Cafe this Sunday, July 19th, between 12:00 and 16:30.

So if you have something that’s broken, or some tools that need sharpening, bring them down to Unit C1, Weldale Street, Reading, RG1 7BX, where the volunteers will be only too pleased to help you.

There will be plenty of expertise in computers, electricals, mending clothes; the right tools to get things fixed; and some cakes and food for sale too!

 

More details here and here too

From plan to reality: modular tool storage

Over the last few weeks members have been working on a new modular tool storage system for our ever-growing collection of workshop tools. Proposed and designed by Ian, the shelves are the ultimate in re-configurability, and will be a huge help in keeping our workbenches free of clutter. We’ve now got four units in total and, at last, a place for every tool in the workshop!

Tool shelves - the plan

When Ian first showed the plans they looked ideal, but when I dropped in this evening I wasn’t prepared for just how awesome the finished product would look. Ian – you’re a visionary. Well done everyone who has mucked in over the last few weekends to make the plans a reality. A great team effort.

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