After two years of barely scraping by without any foot traffic, the owners of a Grant Avenue camera store breathed a sigh of relief when tourists finally started trickling back in — only to get nearly robbed and attacked with hammers Monday. Andria Borba reports.
This repair shop in Glasgow, Scotland is giving a second lease of life to a range of items from clothes to broken mobile phones. “We want to see a radical change to throwaway culture,” says Sophie Unwin, from Remade Network, the social enterprise behind the shop. Remade want to encourage people to rethink the way… Continue reading The repair shop aiming to fix throwaway culture – BBC News