BN44 Repair Café
Nicola, Robin and Alex
Upcoming BN44 Repair Cafés in Upper Beeding
From 14.00 –16.00 on second Saturday of every month
Who are Repair Cafés suitable for?
Anyone with something that needs fixing, just turn up at the Beeding & Bamber Village Hall with your item or get in touch with us to see if we can help.
Why visit the Greening Steyning, Bramber & Beeding BN44 Repair Café?
Bring along your items to repair, and anything you’d like sharpened – like knives, scissors and garden shears. No need to book, but if you have any questions on whether what you have is suitable for the Repair Café, contact us at email@example.com
The Home Energy Helpdesk will be up and running at the Repair Café, offering practical advice on how to save energy and cut your fuel bills learn more about it.
Repair cafés are springing up all over the world in response to the throwaway society. They provide local communities with a way of coming together to repair broken household items, learn how to repair things and chat over light refreshments. You will be able to drop in with your broken items, watch them being mended and chat to the repairer over tea and cake. We’re very excited about this, we hope you are too!
About Greening Steyning , Bramber & Beeding
We are an active and enthusiastic local group working to create a sustainable, low-carbon future for Steyning, Bramber, Upper Beeding and the surrounding area. Our aim is to get the whole community thinking about what we can do to tackle climate change – and taking action so that together we can make a real difference.
Our origins date back to 2010 when a group of local people came together to share their concerns about the need for action on the climate. Back then the evidence was already mounting that unless we act quickly to cut carbon emissions, humanity will face terrible problems in the years to come due to global warming, sea level rise, famine, and related knock-on effects. We felt it was time for ordinary people to step in and show that we’re ready to take action to defend our children’s futures.
Since then, the evidence has become overwhelming. We’re facing a climate emergency combined with a growing ecological crisis involving widespread species loss and habitat destruction. As the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), and many others expert bodies point out, unless we act decisively, we are heading for disaster. It’s now or never.
The original name for the group was the ‘Steyning 10:10 Climate Action Group’. When we launched a Greening Campaign in 2011 we took on ‘Greening Steyning, Bramber and Beeding’ as a more descriptive name. As that’s a bit of a mouthful, we often use ‘Greening Steyning’ as shorthand.
Around the world, 50,000 people go to a Repair Cafés every month, where they receive help from more than 21,000 volunteers. Due to the efforts of all these people, around 300,000 kilos of CO2 emissions were prevented in 2017