BIG BIKE REVIVAL 2019
BIKE BIKE REVIVAL is nearly over: Last chance for half price cycle tuition! Contact Eleanor at Sound Cycling, quoting BBR2019. First come first served!
SOUTHAMPTON REPAIR CAFE
Repair Cafe at Freemantle has moved!
10:30am – 1:00pm, first Saturday of each month (except January)
Upcoming cafes at Freemantle Baptist Church, Testwood Rd, SO15 8RL. 7 Sep, 5 Oct, 2 Nov, 7 Dec. This is just 12 minutes walk from our old venue on Shirley Rd and very close to Millbrook rail station.
Repair Cafe at St. Denys Community Centre
10:30am – 1:00pm, St Denys Community Centre, Priory Road, SO17 2JZ
Third Saturday of alternate months (i.e. January, March, May, July, September, November). Next cafe is 21st September 10.30am-1.00pm
We also run periodic popup cafes and have been supporting the new events in Totton. If you would like to get involved in running repair cafes (we are looking for a new co-ordinator for Freemantle!) or even start a new one, please get in touch or come along to a cafe. You can find more information on our Repair Cafe page
Some of our repairers are also supporting Totton Men’s Shed Repair Cafe at Totton & Eling Community Centre. Next cafe Oct 19 from 10.30-13.00
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Our main current projects are the regular Repair Cafes and Bike Repair workshops, but we are involved in many other projects. See the projects tab in top menu for details. As we rebuild our site there will be more projects showing. If you would like to get involved – or would like to start up a new project please get in touch.
The aim of this is to widen the options for composting (meat and cooked food compost well, but general advice is not to compost them because they encourage rats). We are trialling 2 options for rat-proofing and seek volunteers who have a demonstrable rat problem in their compost bin! We have one slatted plastic bin available – free, but we would appreciate a donation towards our cost. We are also trialling a steel sleeve to go ver the standard “dalek” type bin (to make more of these we will need to buy materials, so before we go ahead we would like to know how much interest there is). Both types of bin need to be put on a rat-proof base, either concrete/paving slabs or steel mesh (we can help with this). Contact chair[at]transitonsouthampton[dot]org if intersted,