Last update 29.11.16
There is a 6 minutes video from our visit to Stiles & Bates (Press F11 to view in full screen)
There are minor updates to
Minor adjustments have been made to the committee membership.
At the AGM on 29th May the following changes were agreed:
The programme has been updated as shown here.
This update includes a number of photos from Andrew Coe’s popular demonstration in May when he made a Penguin box.
It also covers a minor update to the committee as shown here.
This update covers Shaun Cliffords demo on August 11 2018.
Lost Property: At the exhibition at The Museum of Power in July when we had a Table Display of members’ work the little box shown here got lost. If anybody has found it please see John Bardram.
The programme has now been updated to include the whole of 2019.
The library was updated in September to include a few more books.
It has been suggested that this website should include a ‘for sale’ Page, however so far nobody has responded. If you have any items to include please send an email to the webmaster with brief description and your mobile phone number.
The Webmaster hopes that you all enjoyed the Christmas break and wishes you a very happy new year with lots of woodturning.
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The latest update includes a page from Darren Breeze’s demonstration in November 2018. Photos show the key steps taken for each item made by Darren.
Over the last year Diane Button had organized a raffle in aid of the club which raised £226 with 1st prize being a turkey donated by Alan Thurlow, 2nd prizes was a spectacular cake donated by Yvonne Taplin and Terry Cresswell donated a tin of biscuits. Click on the cake:
In December a quiz was organised by Bill Chew which raised £60 for the Air Ambulance. Paul Howard donated 2 of his famous owls as prizes.
The library has now had 28 more books added. Topics covered are carving, furniture restoration, green woodturning, pyrography, router projects, toy making and scroll saws.
It is with deep sadness we report that Barry, our very popular ‘Tea Boy’ passed away on Tuesday after a short illness. He had been on the committee since our club started in 2009 and he will be greatly missed by us all. Our deepest sympathy goes to his wife, Joyce and the rest of his family.