Repair Workshops

Are you interested in learning new skills which will help you to fix the things you have at home and keep those items in use for longer?

Would you like to save money, avoid waste and help the environment at the same time?

From mid-October a new series of free-to-attend repair, reuse and upcycling workshops called ‘Circular Saturdays’ will be launched for Brighton & Hove residents.

Events form part of the ‘BLUEPRINT to a Circular Economy’ project and are funded by the EU Interreg programme. This wider project provides practical solutions for designing out waste and pollution by reusing, repairing and recycling existing resources.

The events will be run by local organisations and individuals who have a special interest in the circular economy. Workshops will cover a range of subjects, including mending clothes using hand sew techniques; learning how to maintain and fix your bike and the skills involved in the restoration of old wooden furniture.

Circular Saturdays are free-to-attend, workshop style events and will take place in central Brighton venues between October 2022 and March 2023. New dates will be added regularly.

Booking is essential.

For more information and to book scan the QR code or visit:

For more about the BLUEPRINT to a Circular Economy project please visit: