DDWC
September 2017 Meeting
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Member David Reynolds demonstrates his technique for turning lace bobbins.

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A record turnout on the competition tables creates plenty of talking points.

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Good display on the members' work table.

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Someone has been learning how to make pens!!

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Carvers were not to be left out.

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Varied display including some puzzles.

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Philip Jones stamping out ears for his mice fridge magnets.

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Where's the cheese?

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Eyes down and . . . . . . carve!

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Is it woodturning or wood - talking?!

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Quiet please, Pyrographers at work!

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First place in Masters' competition to Richard Hagues using Mahogany, Holly and ply.

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Second place to James Sharpe for his scroll saw work in Ash.

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Third place to Dick Potter for his piece in Laburnum.

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First place in the Members' Open section went to John Williams using Walnut and Beech.

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Second place to Derek Puplett for his letter opener in Cherry and Mahogany.

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Third equal to Gregory Holmes . . . . .

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. . . . David Waldron . . . . . .

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. . . . . Tony Reindorp . . . . .

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. . . . . . and John Rowan.

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Also entered was Graham Legg with his work in Yew

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Michael Browning used Plum for his box.

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Roger King chose Spalted Beech for his reptile.

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Peter Branson carved his entry in Lime.

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Carole Snell also used Lime.

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John Waring produced a laminated handle for his letter opener.

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Tina Shinner used Beech as a backing for her pyrography.

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Liz King determined to outdo her husband in the carving stakes!

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Visitor Terry Murtah brought along this attractive bowl for display.