DDWC
July 2019 Meeting
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The marquetry master, Tony Reindorp, advises a newbie.

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Another carving first-timer.

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Eyes down and carve!!

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Pyrographers work on silhouette patterns.

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Scrollsaw production line of unicorn jigsaws. (Ernie hasn't got his tongue out!!)

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Philip Jones demonstrates how he makes his mice fridge magnets.

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A finished item, just needs the cheese!

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Local electrician, Paul Baker, carries out PAT testing of over 50 club appliances.

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Members competition First place to Terry Lethbridge (the result of over 100 hours work!)

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Second place to Graham Legg for his work in Yew.

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Peter Branson took Third spot with his carving in Lime.

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Also entered in no particular order . . . .Carving in Lime by Roger King . . . .

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. . . . dish turned in Beech from John Waring . . . .

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. . . . . pyrographed vase in Ash by Lisa Wiliams . . . . .

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. . . . Geoff Dalton's lidded box in Wild Mango . . . .

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. . . carving in Tulip Wood from Carole Snell . .

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. . .desk tidy from Tony Reindorp . . .

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. . . turned bowl for Tony Rawcliffe . . . .

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. . .coloured Sycamore bowl from Graham Jerram . .

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. . .another of his well known cartoon character carvings from Terry Plews.

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First place in the Masters' section taken by Peter Rutter.

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Second spot went to John Williams who continued to re-cycle an old Mahogany door!!

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Third place went to David Reynolds for his coloured Sycamore bowl.

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Also entered, in no particular order . . . . . scrollsawn portrait by James Sharpe . . . .

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. . . . bowl in Yew by Peter Fantham.