DDWC
June 2017 Meeting
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A small display of members' work . . . .

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. . . showed visitors how we spend our spare time!

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Carole Snell was kept busy on the charity stalls.

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Member Geoff Nellis set up his craft fair stall assisted by his good lady.

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"Dimensions Designs" from Burton on Trent were selling pyrography blanks and other wooden items.

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Visitors spent time studying the competition entries.

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Quiet now but the carving group was to pick up pace.

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Open Day or not, brisk business at the library.

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Young or old (ish), pyrography can be enjoyed by all.

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One very young and able pyrographer.

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A display of pyrography work by members.

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Tony Reindorp shows off his marquetry.

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First place in the members Open competition went to Carole Snell for her carving in Mahogany.

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Second place to Tina Shinner.

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Third place to Derek Puplett for his turned item in Spalted Beech and Ebony.

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Also entered was this bowl by Graham Legg in Apple . . .

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. . .no mistaking Tony Reindorp's work . . . .

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. . . . a paint finished bowl from a Leylandii tree by John Waring . . .

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. . .the hedgehog family from Roger King . . .

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. . . thinly turned egg cups in Plum from David Walker . . .

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. . . . pyrography work by Liz King . . .

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. . . lace bobbins by David Reynolds . . .

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. . . . Danny Gallacher's pencil holder in Sycamore . . .

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and a honey container in Maple and Sapele from John Williams . . .

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First place in the Masters section taken by Richard Hagues for his vase in Plywood and Mahogany.

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Second place went to Dick Potter for his bowl in Cherry.

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Third place to James Sharpe with his cocktail stick holder in Spalted Beech.

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Also entered was John Henbery's bowl in Sapele and Oak.