Horsham Repair Café
We are delighted to announce that we will be re-opening our doors on the 25th September at the United Reformed Church as part of Sussex Green Hub.
Do you have a small unusable lamp or broken toaster in the garage that you keep meaning to take to the Waste Recycling centre? Often household items may have almost nothing wrong with them, and they could get a new lease of life after a simple repair, so please don’t bin them just yet!
Bring any small electrical item that doesn’t work to the café and we will do our best to mend it. If you fancy learning how to fix it as well, our volunteers are happy to talk through what they are doing. You may go away with a fixed item and a new skill!
In order that people are seen on time, we are now offering repairs by appointment, please book a slot below.
Find out more about our electrical repairs and how to book a slot here (opens in new tab)
We can also do some laptop and computer repairs (but not mobile phones). Book a slot here (scroll down for computer repair bookings)
We also have a team of sewing volunteers to help you mend a range of clothing items.
Find out more about the clothing repairs we do here (opens in new tab)
Before you book, please check out our House Rules (opens in new tab)
If you have a general query or require advice, we can answer questions by email, or by Zoom, and sometimes can advise on repairs remotely. To start with, please get in touch using our Contact Form (opens in new tab) with details of your query.
Starting from Saturday 25th September, we will be available on the last Saturday of every month between 10am and 4pm in our new home at United Reformed Church
45 Springfield Road
RH12 1PT (behind Wilko)
Here’s a map (Opens in new tab)
The Horsham Repair Café is part of Sussex Green Living. If you would like to be kept informed about future Repair Café, Sussex Green Living events and news, complete the subscribe pop-up box on our website, we aim to send one e-newsletter a month. Your details will not be passed onto any third party and are kept securely in Mailchimp.
Please note that we can’t take broken items that you have replaced with new appliances but that you would like us to fix so we can donate or sell on. We don’t offer that service and we also have nowhere to store any items. Please take these broken appliances to your local household waste recycling centre instead where they can be properly recycled. Thank you.
The Repair Café is a free service, completely run by volunteers who are passionate about helping save unnecessary waste going to landfill. If you are happy with our service and you can afford it, we would love it if you felt you could make a donation as we are entirely dependent on these to keep running.
Donations are left to your discretion but as a guide, the average donation is £5 for a straightforward repair whilst £10 is appropriate for a more complicated repair. Donations can be made by cash or credit card at the United Reformed Church, or, if you prefer, BACS payment from your mobile banking app or via PayPal.