Edinburgh Remakery

Edinburgh Remakery

Imagine finding the comfiest chair in the world. It’s love at first sit. You bring it home, it meets the parents, and before long it’s seen years of birthdays, holidays, and everything in between. Now you two are moving to a brand new apartment, fancy décor, modern fittings… And that rickety old chair — It just doesn’t do it for you anymore. But don’t despair; your love story doesn’t have to end there! Save yourself a trip to the dump by paying a visit to the Edinburgh Remakery, and reignite that spark. Who knows? During your visit, you might even find a new addition to your furniture family (shh, don’t tell the chair).

At Edinburgh Remakery nothing goes to waste. Whether it’s furniture, IT or repair services, you can rest easy knowing your experience had a positive impact on the environment too!

You’ll like them if …You like the smell of antique shops and you never had enough Meccano pieces to finish your invention.

 

 

Services

 


What can you get from them?

► Repair, upcycling, and craft workshops

► IT and electronics, furniture and sewing repair services

► Free IT and electronics, furniture and sewing repair advice

► Refurbished quality IT equipment and electronics, and second-hand refurbished and upcycled furniture

Mission

 


How is your purchase helping?

Making repair education accessible to all

Building a stronger, waste-free community

Laptops for Refugees project

 

 

Volunteering opportunities

Available for locals: Yes

Day Trip

The Canals of Amsterdam? Nope, our very own Leith Shore! Food, drinks and you can pretend you’re on holidays even if you just left the office.

A witch-hunting manual, the complete guide of the new vaults of the city, how to court your fellow peasant… Just a guess, but this is the kind of books we expect to find in McNaughtans Bookshop, the oldest secondhand and antiquarian bookshop in Scotland.

It’s Saturday at Leith Market. Pack your (reusable) bags with fresh veggies and try a bit of Scottish street food. And Indian food. Definitely Japanese too. Oh, oh … Down the Water of  Leith, now. There will be no mercy for those calories!

Directions

When choosing how to get there, mind the planet!

Bus – 10/12/16/22/25 Princes St-Leith Walk. Average 20min journey
Buses every 5min Mon-Sun.
Day ticket £4.50

Walk – 30min from Prince St to Leith Walk

 

Car – 127 Leith Walk
Edinburgh EH6 8NP