We believe in a radical alternative to throw-away culture – a repair economy that tackles climate change, creates local green jobs and supports digital equality across our communities.

In July 2020 we launched our first pop-up repair service at Govanhill Baths’ Deep End in the southside of Glasgow.

After just a few months, we were overwhelmed with the influx of local residents bringing in broken laptops, record players, jeans and hair straighteners to get repaired instead of buying new, and in April 2021 we outgrew small space and moved this service to our first high-street repair and reuse hub based at 421 Victoria Road, Glasgow.

We’ve now expanded to the East End and have opened a repair and reuse kiosk in partnership with Cranhill Development Trust. Here we are offering our repair services between 10-12pm every Friday.

Remade in Cranhill

Every Friday between 10-12pm we’re at Cranhill Development Trust offering our community repair service of electrical and textiles items from toasters, kettles, lamps, jeans and tops. Here we also offer our Tech Drop service for unwanted electricals.

To book an appointment just email cranhill@remade.network or call reception at Cranhill Development Trust on 0141 774 3344.

Remade in Govanhill

Remade in Govanhill is our new community repair and reuse hub on Victoria Road following a move on from our pop-up ‘Repair Stop’ at the Deep End.

Here we will be offering affordable repairs of household items as well as repair skills and education, refurbished tech, reclaimed products, and a safe drop-off point for wanted electrical devices.

Remade in Govanhill