DDWC
July 2018 Meeting
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Brian Walker, one of our newly qualified tutors, coaches a visitor in use of the lathe.

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And then instructs the Vice-Chair! Busy chap!

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John Williams deals with a heckler!!!!

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Dick Potter discusses tool sharpening (or is he ordering his coffee?!).

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Before moving on to demonstrate on a lathe.

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The carvers have professional Ian Ford to give them some coaching.

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Our Chairman shows that you're never too old to try something new!!!!

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Pyrographers as busy as always.

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Terry Murtha preparing his next competition winner.

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Marquetry master Tony Reindorp tries his hand with the scrollsaw.

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Display of members' work - a little limited owing to holidays etc.

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A couple of members discuss the entries on the Members' Open competition table.

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The charity stall doing a bit of business.

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First place in the Members' Open competition went to Terry Murtha . . . .

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Second place to Tina Shinner . . .

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Third equal to Graham Jerram who used Poplar for his bowl . .

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. . . Liz King who used Sycamore and Ply . . .

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. . . and David Reynolds with his bowl in Elm.

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Other entries ( in no particular order) were Geoff Dalton . . .

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. . . Peter Rutter . . . .

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. . . Bronagh Cassidy . . .

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. . .John Waring using Ash, Beech and Damson . . .

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. . . Tony Reindorp . .

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. . . Greg Holmes . . . .

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. . .Graham Legg who used Red Gum, Oak and Sapele . . .

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. . . Tony Rawcliffe . . .

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Joint equal First in the Masters' section went to Geoff Nellis using Elm and Pink Ivory . . .

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. . .and Dick Potter who used some New Zealand Rimu wood and Laburnum.

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Second equal to James Sharpe for his scroll sawn entry . . .

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. . .Peter Fantham's hollowform (its bigger than you think!!) . .

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. . . and Richard Hagues' entry in Chestnut.

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Third place went to John Williams.