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Angell Delight Big Lunch

On Saturday 14th July head to the Angell Estate to join the Big Lunch! There will be family activities, food and entertainment – please bring a dish along to share! The event takes place at and around the Angell Delight Community Project on Overton Road beside the Emmaus shop.

For more information on event times, activities and anything else, contact Mary at the Angell Delight Community Project:

Call out for volunteers and directors

We are looking for volunteers and directors! The Remakery houses workshop spaces, tools and donated materials with the aim of matching waste materials with projects, circumventing the need for landfill.
The Remakery was collectively built by local residents, Architecture for Humanity and construction professionals. Like the construction phase, the daily running of the Remakery emphasises skill share, reuse and collective building. Our volunteers plan and build storage, sort and process our catalogue of materials, restore rusty tools, tile floors and in general find ways to adapt and improve the space we have, while improving their skills in the process. They also welcome people to the Remakery and give tours to show how the space works. We are looking for Brixton / Loughborough Junction residents with an interest in DIY and community spaces to help us continue to repair, revitalise and reimagine the building and the activities it supports.
The Remakery is run by a group of volunteer directors who make collective decisions on the long-term and everyday running of the space in conjunction with the space manager, members and shareholders. The directors carry out a range of tasks including strategy, budget planning, space logistics, writing funding applications and promotion. Our current and previous directors have had a range of backgrounds and experiences – strategy, admin, making, finance, marketing, workshops, architecture. We’re ideally looking for people who live locally, who have an interest in helping to run an open, collaborative community project, and who can get involved at the Remakery on a regular basis.

Comments from our first Maker Forum

Feedback from the first Remakery Maker Forum

On Thursday, 10 May the Remakery ran a Maker Forum, a social event for makers to discuss the practicalities and problems of being a maker, designer, artist or upcycler. A group of makers, prototypers, DIY organisers and researchers came to the event to share their thoughts and insights.

Here’s what we discussed:

– The reliance of makers and small businesses on ‘strength in numbers’ to raise their profile and to create resilience
– How physical and mental health shape and are affected by making (illnesses can limit accessibility and social interaction, organisations can exclude via their structure)
– How to develop more links between making at home or in a shared space and earning enough revenue to live in the city (selling items on a shop floor, sharing job opps, online stores)
– How places like the Remakery should be run in such a way as to support makers and encourage recognition of their skills, while also making skill share possible.
– What to do about the gap between the need for resources, tools and networks and the effort needed to actually provide, build & maintain them.

As a result of the forum we made some new whatsapp groups, planned an informal shop area at the front of the Remakery and planned some new project, skill and tool shares. The Remakery also took away some advice from makers on how to make a better support infrastructure for them, while also avoiding commercialisation or exclusivity. We will try our best to put this advice into action in a thoughtful way – we continue to learn from running the Remakery as an inclusive community workshop space, and the more feedback and contributions we have from members and volunteers, the more we can do!

The next Forum is on Thursday 21st June from 6-9pm. Since it’s the longest day of the year maybe we can hold it in the garden! See you then.

Become a member!

We are looking for more members! The Remakery, Brixton is a local hub for makers, repairers, researchers and small businesses. We offer affordable membership rates for designers and makers, who can use our workshop spaces and hot desking area flexibly to take their project from concept to outcome.

Membership allows access to the Remakery’s workshop spaces, which are equipped for woodwork and textiles as well as office spaces (with wifi) for research.

Membership rates are:

£18 per month for 10 hours
£50 per month for 30 hours
£90 per month for 60 hours

Visit the space for an introductory tour on Thursdays at 6pm, or to join straightaway visit

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