We have some pretty amazing people in the Repair Cafe Wales Family

As part of a new initiative we will be running a series on getting to know our volunteers. We’ve set a series of questions and our amazing volunteers have answered them ‘virtually’ for us.

Next up in the series is John from Mold

Q: What is your name, which repair café location do you volunteer at and what’s your role / skill?

A: John Holiday, Mold, Bike Fixpert.



Q: Why did you decide to volunteer with Repair Cafe Wales?

A: I wanted to help fix bikes so that more people can enjoy cycling in the great out



Q: What do you like best about the repair café?

A: Meeting other local people and helping with bike issues.


Q: What do you think the repair café does for the community?

A: I think it helps bring more people together and creates a community spirit.


Q: How does the repair café make you feel?

A: It makes me feel closer to the local community and better for getting my cyclists out there.


Q: What else do you in your spare time?

A: I am a Sustrans Ranger, Bikeability Instructor in schools & active in numerous cycling related groups,including tandem rides for those with visual impairment.


Q: Would you recommend volunteering for a Repair Cafe? Why?

A: I would recommend volunteering at a local Repair Cafe. It’s a great initiative that is helping the local community and environment in which we live.