Remake Scotland is a creative recycle, re-use and education charity benefitting children & young adults and run by a committee of volunteer Trustees. Remake is based in Crieff and runs a number of projects including a Volunteer Programme, Scrapstore, Work Experience Placement Programme for Young Adults, Creative Education and Local Partnerships Community Support Projects.
The Remake Scrapstore provides community groups and individuals with alternative art and craft supplies and is home to low-cost, varied and abundant scrap materials including clean surplus resources collected from individuals, business and industry. Remake also receives donations of secondhand furniture and tools.
Remake Scotland is certified by Revolve, the national re-use quality standard offered by Zero Waste Scotland. Revolve is Scotland’s national re-use quality certification aiming to increase re-use by improving professionalism, customer experience and visibility of re-use organisations. Community groups, schools and individuals must join Remake to access our varied arts & crafts materials, furniture, tools & services.
The annual Remake Pass runs from 1st April until 31st March every year and must be renewed on 1 April each year. The Individual Pass is £12, Joint Pass £18 and the Group Pass (with up to 4 named individuals) is £25. The £3 Day Pass allows those who live out of town to make best use of our surplus materials!
And remember if you are kind enough to volunteer at Remake, you can enjoy all the benefits of the Annual Pass free of charge! Remake relies on volunteers who give their time and support generously.