The Repair Café at Café Connect

Toss it? No way!

You can repair it at Repair Cafe!

4th Saturday of every month at Café Connect in Easton

(& 1st Saturday of every month at All Saints Church in Fishponds or 3rd Saturday of very month in St Paul's Learning Centre)

Repair Cafe is
repairing things together
receiving expert advice
meeting each other and being inspired

Repair & Learn

Clothes – Furniture – Electrical Appliances – Toys – Bicycles

What do you do with a chair when the leg has come loose?
With a toaster that no longer works?
Or a woolen jumper with moth holes?
Has your pressure washer packed up?
Are your bathroom scales broken?
Is your garden shredder no longer shredding?
Ever wondered how a blender blends or a mower mows?

Want to find out why it’s broken? We could help!

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A career in festival production: Bizarre, occasionally stressful, unbelievably fun and incredibly rewarding.

If you're 18-25 and interested in getting into the industry, listen up! You Produce is a brand new festival producing programme based in Bristol. This is an evening course delivered in collaboration with Portland Productions and Creative Youth Network (hence the age restriction) and will see you spending time with festival producers, quizzing them on their journeys and gaining experience in areas such as production management, marketing, set design and ticket selling. There are also opportunities to produce festival content at some amazing UK festivals, including Shambala!

For more information and to apply for your spot, please visit:

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Dreaming an ad-free Bristol: workshop (SPACE Open - Part I)

December 14, 2017, 6:30pm - December 14, 2017, 8:00pm

Dreaming an ad-free Bristol: a creative workshop to re-imagine our city streets led by AdBlock Bristol.

Billboards are everywhere in Bristol, including an increasing number of intrusive, bright, energy-intensive digital screens. Advertising has become so much a part of our lives that many of usdon’t question them, and some people say they don’t notice the ads. This is what the advertisers want us to think – so they can carry on feeding us messages to consume, spend or borrow, without us even realising it.

How can we shift the debate on outdoor advertising so that we can become more aware of the impacts of corporate advertising we see on our streets, and the damage to our health, wellbeing, environment and local economy?

Adblock Bristol is a group challenging corporate outdoor advertising in Bristol. We want to make Bristol the first UK city to be free from corporate billboards. Sounds great, doesn’t it? We need your help to make it happen.

We’ll explore how advertising works, what impacts it has, and why your favourite brand of beans may not be as special as you think. We’ll discuss how we can break through the barrage of consumer nonsense and expose the myths behind the advertising industry.

Led by Nicola Round and Robbie Gillett.

This event is part of SPACE Open - Part I - Celebrating PRSC people, tenants and friends.

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We are in a pickle, and we NEED your help!

The Jam Jar is currently trying to raise the money it needs to reopen its doors to the public and ensure its security for years to come.

Without you wonderful people clicking the link below the jam jar will not be able to continue operating as a hub for independent creatives as it has done for the last 4 years.

Please dig deep and help us keep doing what we do!

Crowdfunder link:

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