We started with our fixed workshop; we then had an idea to make it mobile; user feedback suggested that the large mobile workshop built into a large horsebox was great, but ........... not as flexible as our next step - to offer modular workshops built into supermarket roll cages, so we could drop off smaller units. We were then asked if we could use them to resource other groups, for their repairs, craft work and teaching. Yes of course. We can also offer specialist hand tool hire. Our Charity can provide its services free of charge to those who have a disability - we can draw that definition more widely than is needed for a blue badge. Others are welcome to use the services in exchange for a donation. However, things move on; other groups have approached us, and we are now talking to the Repair Cafe Foundation about our joining their global movement to repair and recycle, rather than scrap and replace. Initially our stall at the weekly Shoreham Market (every Wednesday am in the Shoreham Centre, Pond Road) will take bookings and do some minor repairs. We will start with cover for as much as we can in terms of electrical, electronic and mechanical matters for items that can be hand carried to us. Over time we will seek to expand this as needed. Volunteers with any relevant skills are welcomed. You will also see further pledges of funds appearing shortly: - lets get this working, so can I invite you to show your support, and give what you can?