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Today is International Repair Day and Moruya is shining

Today is International Repair Day.  Repair Day falls on Saturday 17th October. The theme for this year's edition is repair is essential, especially during a global pandemic.

Eurobodalla joined the Global Repair Cafe movement 2 months ago.  We have a fantastic team of volunteer repairers who can repair a diverse range of products. Every Friday 9am - 12 noon we open our doors (Red Door Hall, St Johns Church Page St Moruya) to anyone who has an item/s that needs to be repaired.

At yesterday's SHASA Repair Cafe the following items were fixed:

A Kambrook lamp

Ozito drop saw

A picnic blanket

A cotton sheet

A woollen jumper (hole)

A woollen jumper (taken in)

Socks

Electric drills.

Photos from yesterday's Repair Cafe

Above: Noel Annabel on the electrical items repair table

Above: Brett Stevenson and Rob Shorrock working on a musical item

Above: Wayne and Rob Rutherford fixing bicycles

Above: Michael Hitchcock, Noel Annabel  repairing electrical items

Above: Nick Hopkins happy with his bicycle repair




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