Portsmouth's Repair Cafe says it will not be returning this year

A REPAIR cafe that helps people fix a vast array of items for free has announced that it will not be returning this year.

Tuesday, 20th October 2020, 4:15 pm
In happier times, the Portsmouth Repair Cafe celebrating its first birthday. Founder Clare Seek leads the fun. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (200419-1)

Portsmouth’s Repair Cafe usually meets once a month at the Buckland United Reformed Church, in Kingston Road, North End.

It has been running for two years, and has seen thousands of people walk through the doors with household items in need of repair.

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It has a range of experts in hand to help with repairs, and has fixed items from ripped clothes to broken TVs and much more.

However, a post on its Facebook page said it would not be returning this year.

It said: ‘We're sad to say that we won't be able to host any events for the rest of 2020. We're working on how we can restart in some fashion in 2021, and will keep you posted on this page and on our website www.repaircafeportsmouth.org.uk

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