Textile ReUse Network

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Everyone Needs Pockets Textile Reuse Network

Revamp, Repair, Repurpose

We are an inclusive network of 100+ people and enterprises whose focus and priority is about addressing clothing and textile reuse (rescue) and sustainability (repurposing, recycling).

We are a group of makers and researchers. We make, stitch, knit, weave, repair, repurpose and remake.  We research local and global textile sustainability issues.

Everyone Needs Pockets usually meets on the second Friday of the month at Future Shed. Please book in so we know you’re coming!

Sustainable Fashion Week Comes to Frome 

We are part of a global network of SFW hubs celebrating secondhand, sustainable clothing – the ‘ReWear Revolution’ on the last weekend in September 2023:

Saturday 30 September: 

  • Stitch It Don’t Ditch It – 11am-12 noon at Westway Shopping Centre
  • How to Mend Your Clothes – 12-2pm at SHARE Library of Things
  • Community Clothes Swap, Frome Wardrobe Collective – 12-4pm at The Old School Room at RISE: £3 Entry Fee
  • ‘Feeling Dressed’ workshop with Dr Lucy Gundry – 2.30-4pm at Frome Museum 
  • Make Old Clothes New with Indigo – 3-6pm at the MAKE Shed Remakery, Edventure’s Welshmill Hub (drop in – no need to book)

Sunday 1 October:

Plus look out for window displays in the secondhand clothing shops through Frome!

Visit our website: www.everyoneneedspockets.org

Follow us on: Facebook and Instagram.

Contact us at: everyoneneedspockets@gmail.com

About Everyone Needs Pockets Textile Reuse Network

  • Textile reuse and repair

  • Carbon emission reduction

  • Raising awareness of the harm of the clothing and textile industry and textile waste

  • Mental health and wellbeing by making and repurposing textiles

  • Gathering as a social and sharing network

  • Creating connections and solutions

  • Support individual and group ideas and projects

About Future Shed

Future Shed is part of Edventure, an organisation supporting community entrepreneurship in Frome.

Future Shed Frome offers practical support to get green and healthy initiatives and enterprises off the ground through building networks, connecting people and ideas, signposting and start-up coaching.

Share ideas, get support to bring them to life, make new connections and learn new skills so that we’re all better equipped for a greener, healthier future.


Email sue@edventurefrome.org and we can arrange a call.

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Meet the Future Shed Team

Annabel Crooke

Annabel Crooke

Green and Healthy Communications Lead

Cami Todd

Cami Todd

Green & Healthy Frome Communications Lead

Sue Palmer

Sue Palmer

Future Shed Lead

Attendances at Future Shed Fridays, Ideas Events and activities

Access our Toolkits

In Spring 2023, we produced updated versions of our toolkits to share learnings from our development phase. We have the following toolkits available as downloadable A4 PDFs:

* Future Shed – Edventure Frome
* Storytelling – Edventure Frome
* Choosing Wisely – Frome Medical Practical
* Green Community Connectors - Frome Medical Practice
* Healthy Homes – Frome Town Council
* Cycle Together – Frome Town Council

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