Re-Skill, Re-Use, Re-Fashion 2021!
Come and discover what to do with your old clothes.
The FREE 2 DAY EVENT your unloved clothes have been waiting for
**Covid safe event. Can take place under current restrictions**
On Friday 23rd July and Saturday 24th July 2021 Sew Fabulous are hosting an event at Brighton Open Market
Workshops, clothes swap, screen printing, drop in activities, preloved clothes and fabrics for sale
Every year 300,000 tons of clothing goes to landfill in the UK.
Re-Skill. Re-Use. Re-Fashion will change how you see your clothes forever.
Book your FREE workshop places below.
There may be drop in places on the day so do come anyway! We will try to fit everyone in:
-Soex Textile recycling. Find out what happens to your donated clothing and textiles
–Gladrags Community Costume Resource
–The Good Stitch
-The Party Clothes Exchange. Clothes swap
–Freegle at the Green Centre. Kids clothing and sportswear FREE ‘Bring and Take’
-Ruby Moon Gym To Swim
Please book your places below
What to expect:
A covid safe, family friendly welcoming event
An exciting range of stalls with lots of things to try and buy
Free workshops all day Friday and Saturday
Clothes swap all day Saturday
As we move into a new phase of managing the pandemic we ask everyone to be sensitive and respectful of peoples personal space.
We want everyone to be able to participate in our event in a safe way.
The Open Market is covered but well ventilated. It is considered outside space.
Mask wearing is no longer mandatory but we would appreciate you wearing a mask if gathering together with less space for social distancing.
Many people may choose to wear masks for the whole duration, we are fully supportive of this.
-Please do not come to Re-skill, Re-Use, Re-Fashion if you have covid, covid symptoms or have been advised to self isolate
-Please wear a mask if gathering together and in any inside spaces including the clothes swap.
-Please use hand sanitisers provided, before taking part in any activity
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