re:make is a social enterprise with educational and environmental aims. We specialise in craft and construction workshops finding new uses for reclaimed, scrounged and found objects while encouraging children and adults from 5 to 85 to use tools with confidence.
re:make relies on donations of scrap or unwanted materials and is always on the hunt for bulk or interesting donations.
re:make is about making great stuff from old stuff, about making new friends and learning new skills, about trying different things and knowing that whatever you make or build or create might not turn out as expected… but diving in anyway because it might turn out better!
re:make has grown from a mobile workshop service to leasing new premises in the Crieff Visitor Centre with the intention of developing a Community Scrapstore. Scrapstores help divert potential landfill while providing high quality arts and crafts supplies for use by community groups, schools and individual members. Examples of scrap supplies include string, card, wallpaper, textiles, cork, wool, cardboard tubes and all kinds of manufactured plastic.
For further info, contact:
Crieff Visitor Centre
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