Napier Repair Cafe

Hawke's Bay
Last Saturday of the month

Bring along your small broken household items to be repaired by a team of dedicated Repair Volunteers!

The team will be able to fix clothing and soft furnishings, small appliances and electronics, furniture, jewellery, bicycles and scooters, toys, and other small household items. Learn some repair skills, enjoy a cup of tea or a cup of freshly brewed coffee supplied by generous local sponsors Switch Coffee Roasters with a slice of cafe or a cookie. Bring your tamariki to hang out in the special kid’s zone. Free entry! Koha for refreshments and baking and for any successful repair. Small items you can carry on your own only please, and if your item is unable to be repaired, please take it away with you.


Free +Koha

For more info visit:

Napier Repair Cafe


Asher Hall
Corner Tennyson and Dalton Streets


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