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No to the bin, yes to reuse!

Free Repair Sessions

10.30 AM - 12.30 PM
Saturday July 2nd, Saturday August 6th, Saturday September 3rd

Buckley Repair and Reuse Centre with Community Café 
9 Brunswick Road, Buckley, CH7 2ED

We can try to to mend small electrical, mechanical & electronics items, wooden items, bikes, toys and clothing.

Get in touch if you have an item you want to bring along. / 01978 757524

T&C apply. All repairs are performed at the customer's own risk.

Free Upcycling Workshops

Hanging Baskets - Tuesday July 19th 10.00AM - 12.00PM
 Kitchen Scrubbies - Friday July 22nd 2.00PM - 4.00PM
Tea Cup Bird Feeder - Wednesday July 27th 11.00AM - 1.00PM
Refill / Reusable Food Bag - Tuesday 23rd August 1.00PM - 4.00PM
Chair Upcycle Workshop - Tuesday 30th August 1.00PM - 3.00PM
Chair Upcycle Workshop - Tuesday 6th September 1.00PM - 3.00PM

Buckley Repair and Reuse Centre with Community Café
9 Brunswick Road, Buckley, CH7 2ED

Booking is essential, please email

Help us to promote the benefits of reducing, reusing and recycling by repairing your small household items rather than sending them to landfill.

If you are interested in volunteering to run a workshop or offering your skills and knowledge at a repair session, get in touch with Hanna Clarke on 01978 757524 / 

Free Gardening Sessions

10.00 AM - 12.00 PM
Tuesday 2nd August, Tuesday 9th August, Tuesday 16th August, Wednesday 24th August

Buckley Repair and Reuse Centre with Community Café
9 Brunswick Road, Buckley, CH7 2ED

Join us in August to plant up and develop Gardd Cyfle the Community Garden at the Repair & Reuse centre in Buckley. Learn new, and develop existing skills. These sessions are FREE with no experience necessary.

All equipment and refreshmentsprovided. Let us know you are coming along, by emailing us or calling Jess on;

 01978 757524 / 

Reuse is to use something again for its original purpose or to fulfil a different function by creative reuse or repurposing.

This is the best option before recycling the item.

Reuse differs from Recycling. To Recycle, the product undergoes an industrial process to change its form.

Try to avoid the use of disposable items by purchasing items that can be reused, saving money and reducing the long term environmental impact of disposable goods. Try the following and see what a difference you can make.

  • Use a refillable drinks bottle
  • Use a standard razor instead of a disposable
  • Purchase bags for life

Examples of Reuse in Flintshire:

Reuseable nappies

If your child is aged between 0 and 18 months old, you may be entitled to vouchers worth up to £75 towards either the purchase of real nappies or a Real Nappy Laundry Service. 

As the average baby uses 5,000 nappies from birth to potty training, Reusable Nappies offer a considerable saving.

Donate & purchase furniture & goods 

Numerous charitable organisations will receive unwanted clothes, toys, furniture, electrical items, and much more, to sell on through distribution centres or retail shops. To search for your local charity shop:

Refurbs is a not for profit charity based in Flint.Support them by donating any unwanted items ,or by visiting their showrooms to purchase.


Donate your unwanted adult or children’s bicycles for refurbishment: