Very excited to announce our first pop-up bicycle repair clinic, which will take place on Saturday 6th July 12-4.
This will be a drop in session in our basement space.
This is FREE to members though donations to Partisan Collective are always welcomed. This is also free to asylum seekers and unwaged people.
Non-members will be asked to give a suggested donation of £3-£5 but no one will be turned away for lack of funds.And please feel free to give more if you are able to. This maybe the perfect time to get that Partisan Membership you’ve been dreaming of https://partisancollective.net/membership/
Teegs (they/them) and Hell (she/her) (and possibly some other skilled pals tbc) will be on hand through-out the afternoon to take a look at your bike in a relaxed queer friendly space. We will be able to do on the spot repairs on:
Innertubes, brakes and gears, chains and bar tape wrapping amongst some other small repairs.
We will also happily try to diagnose any major issues you may have and give you advice on fixing it. If time/demand allows we will happily talk to you in length about your bicycle and how to do basic maintenance to keep it in good condition.
Partisan is sadly not yet wheelchair accessible but if anyone has any wheelchair wheels that need looking at / inner tubes replacing we can happily do this outside the building (weather permitting) or feel free to ask a friend to drop in with them.
We do not have the knowledge to look at electric bikes, sorry.
There will be tea and coffee available, comfortable sofas and relaxing music, so come drop in anytime between 12-4 and lets get that bike looked at or just come chat about bikes with us. Please feel free to message in with nay queries or concerns.
We hope to see you there.
PARTISAN ACCESSIBILITY STATEMENT
Regrettably, Partisan is not yet wheelchair accessible. However, we are working closely with the council and our architect to make this Grade 2 Listed building accessible to all. Further information on their progress can be found on their website, and is updated regularly: www.partisancollective.net/accessibility/
You can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for specific access questions or requests.
Assistance dogs are allowed at all times. Other well behaved dogs are usually welcome, with the exception of in performance rooms of loud music events. If you have a dog allergy/phobia let us know – we’ll do what we can.
Partisan aims to be a safer space. As such, harmful and discriminatory behaviour is not tolerated. As a cooperative, Partisan is democratically owned by its members, and is shaped by everybody through what we say and what we do. If you are challenged or feel threatened, speak to someone wearing a Partisan badge; they are there to help.