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Fixing bikes at the Remade workshop in London

Fixing bikes at the Remade workshop in London

We've all been there. When your favourite pair of jeans loses a button, your computer slows to a crawl or your bike gears start rattling, it can feel like the end of the line. Time to get a new one.

Everyone knows it's possible to repair stuff like this, but most of us don't know where to start. Now all that's changing.

In April 2012 we ran a month of events, workshops and features to help the 10:10 community share skills and build the confidence to fix their favourite things. Here are the highlights...

10:10 highlights from early June 2012
There's a new generation of green-minded designers taking over the fashion industry, and their ambitious ideas are finding their way onto the high street
Come along at 2pm to celebrate Remade in Edinburgh's success so far, and help kick off a new phase of the project
Want to repair rather than throw away? Join one of our workshops and events around the globe this month to pick up some new skills
Rescue your bike from the shed and get it riding like new again with Josh's simple post-Winter checkup
Julika looks back at our month of remaking and repairing
10:10 highlights from the first half of April
A giant list of resources and local projects to boost your repair skills
Confused about how repairing your stuff helps cut carbon? Make sense of the issue with Becca's guide to embodied carbon
Get your computer running like new again with our beginners' guide to PC spring cleaning
Throughout April we'll be helping you get the essential repair skills to keep your bike, computer and clothes feeling like new
Inventor Jane NĂ­ Dhulchaointigh explains why she loves repairing, and introduces us to her amazing creation
If it ain't broke, don't fix it. If it is...
Bring your old clothes back to life with costume designer Sophie Barclay's top tips
Top tips for the low-carbon consumer
Use these tips to keep your favourite clothes looking (and feeling) new for longer