August 2020 Meeting
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In first place was John Williams with a sewing box crafted from a recycled door.

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Second place went to Helen Richardson with her carving of Koi carp using part of an old Pine bed frame.


A five way tie for third place: scrollsaw work from James Sharpe using an Oak fence post.

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Peter Fantham also used an Oak post for his jug.

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A Laburnum offcut pyrographed into a landscape picture by Peter Branson.


David Reynolds used a stack of reclaimed timber to turn this stool.

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Dick Potter turned a captive ring goblet from a Beech table leg.

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Also entered . . . . 50 year old fruit bowl re-cut to give it a new lease of life by Graham Legg.

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Another Green Man from Carole Snell created from an old Pine shelf.

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Tony Reindorp turned a bowl in Oak and put a marquetry inlay in the centre using Black American Walnut Burr and Sycamore

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Shannon Richardson entered the carving of fish using a piece of Pine bed frame as her starting material.

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A "bendy bottle" turned from a Tanalised fence post by Derek Puplett.

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Liz King created a birthday card using textured card and veneer.


David Waldron used parts of an old staircase to make this puzzle, and when its completed . . . . .


. . . . it's a 3" square cube.