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Monday, 1 September 2014

Learn how to fix electronics for free — Saturday 27 September 2014, 2pm-5pm at Kentish Town Community Centre

From Kentish Town Community Centre September Newsletter

Camden Restart Party

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A free community repair event at KTCC

Following the success of the last two Restart Events in February and March 2014, KTCC are happy to invite back the Restart team on Saturday 27th September, from 2-5pm. Arrive promptly to get your name on the list!. Click here for directions to KTCC.

The Restart Project are a social enterprise aiming to help you learn how to revive electronics repair in order to reduce waste. With help of volunteers, including a 12-year old fix-it, they help reconnect people with repair, preparing the ground for a future economy of maintenance and repair.

Our community events last three hours, but if you want help with a device, we strongly recommend you arrive during the first two hours.

You can find out more about the Restart Project and events in your area at therestartproject.org, or see them featured on BBC’s Click and the BBC News site.
View photos of one of the previous parties here.
Date(s) - 27.09.14
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Kentish Town Community Centre
Kentish Town Community Centre
17 Busby Place - London

See also:

Councils and electrical repair and reuse — perhaps they are not doing enough?

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