After being closed for the last 3 months the Repair Cafe is opening Friday 5th November at the Red Door Hall, Anglican Parish, Page St Moruya from 9.30am – 12.30pm.
Deb Stevenson, SHASA Repair Cafe Coordinator said “we encourage people to bring in their clothing, electrical items, bicycles and anything that can be fixed with glue, string or tape to see if our wonderful team can repair them and keep them out of landfill. The IT helpdesk will also operate on 19 November and 26 November to address any issues you have with our mobile phone, tablet or laptop.”
“The Repair Cafe will be celebrating its 1st birthday on 26 November 2021. In recognition of this the Tec Exec had kindly donated prizes to the value of $3,000 to a lucky Repair Cafe visitor. The prize is a full computer package including Samsung Tablet, keyboard, printer and 1 year’s internet supply”. said Deb Stevenson.
Visitors to the Repair Cafe must have evidence of being fully vaccinated during November, to ensure that we abide by COVID-19 restrictions.
SHASA media contacts:
|Deb Stevenson 0417 835 169||Kathryn Maxwell 0467 558 645|
About SHASA: SHASA is a community group delivering projects in renewable energy, electric transport, resilience and social-support across the Eurobodalla. We support community organisations, businesses and individuals to take practical actions to reduce their environmental impact, meet social challenges and adapt to increased heatwaves, droughts, fires and floods.