Reduce & Reuse

Scottish Government’s Ten Key Behaviour Areas

Many of our projects and activities fit in with the Scottish Government’s 10 Key Behaviour Changes. Media Volunteer Steven explains more in his blog.

Computer Fix-it Drop-in

Get your laptop, tablet or phone checked and fixed for free. Saturday 3 June, 10.30 – 2, High Street Hub

Dr Bike Fix-it Drop-in events

Bring your bike along for a free 15 minute ‘fix-it session’ with Dave’s Bike Shed. Saturday 3 June, 12pm – 4pm, Linton Lane Centre

Computer Maintenance Classes

Learn the skills to solve common laptop and PC issues. Four classes starting Monday 12 June, 6pm – 8pm, St Bryce Kirk Centre.

Jeans Genius Workshop

Learn to care for your jeans and repair and upcycle your denim. Monday 26 June, 6.30pm – 8.30pm, St Bryce Kirk Centre. Booking required.

Why repair your tools?

Media Volunteer Devoran tells us why you should repair your tools instead of replacing them, ahead of our Tool Repair Workshop next week.

Computer Fix-it Experience

Media Volunteer Devoran brought her laptop along to one of our Computer Fix-it events. Read about her experience in her latest blog.

Pass it on Week

11th – 19th March is Pass it on Week. Media Volunteer Wendy tells us more in her blog.

The Library of Things – why should I borrow and not buy?

Ahead of the launch of our Library of Things, Media Volunteer Jane tells us why we should borrow instead of buying.

Library of Things – Gardening tool catalogue

Looking for a gardening tool to borrow? Browse our catalogue of gardening tools currently available through the Library of Things.