A pop up 'repair cafe' has broken a world record for the number of repairs carried out in one day.
Repair Cafes encourage people not to throw out broken or damaged products, but to repair them, to avoid our waste going to landfill sites.
They're now a growing movement with a large number of them across the East of England. Starting off in Amsterdam, there are now more than 1,000 around the world, covering most continents.
The Cambridge Repair Cafe broke the world record with 232 successful repairs, beating the existing record of 130.
Tara Button set up a website to promote the concept of buying a product for life, to save waste.
Repair cafes are run by volunteers and are non-commercial. They work on the basis that volunteers will do their best to fix them, but there are no guarantees.
Find out more about Repair Cafes.
Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Emily Knight.