DDWC
May 2020 Meeting
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Not quite a one horse race but David Waldron scooped 41% of the votes with his entry.

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Greg Holmes entered a box he had carved from a solid Oak post to take second place.

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Liz King's pyrographed beach scene came in at joint third sharing the place with . . . .

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Tony Reindorp's square bowl with marquetry detail.

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Also entered were: Graham Legg's plate turned from (Australian) Red Malee burr.

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Scrollsawn picture from James Sharpe - clearly didn't "feel lucky punk" on this occasion!

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Peter Fantham turned his skills to making a hat from Alder.

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An attractive box made by John Williams using Poplar, Olive Ash and Sapele.

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Jan Bartlett entered her first bird carving.

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Derek Puplett's urn was turned from Spalted Beech and ebonised Sycamore.

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Mother and Child carving produced by Peter Blair to commemorate the birth of his first grandchild.

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Intricate marquetry work by Terry Cambridge which isn't done justice by the photograph.

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Five drawer treasure chest in Teak and Maple from David Reynolds

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Rocking Horse (minus the stand) created in Pine by Digby Owen.

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Carving by Carole Snell which probably sums up how a lot of us feel right now!

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Long stemmed goblet in Sycamore from Dick Potter.