DDWC
June 2022 Meeting
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A short break in proceedings for the carvers who had several interested visitors.

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Visitors were attracted to the splendid display of marquetry work put on by Tony Reindorp and Terry Cambridge.

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Members of Trent Valley Wildlife Carvers assisted John McConnell on the stickmaking table.

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There were four lathes in operation which included a demo by Chris Fisher aka The Blind Woodturner.

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David Reynolds demonstrates how to successfully turn a lace bobbin.

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Visitors were treated to an impressive display of members' work.

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These two ladies raised the sum of £300 on the charity stall (CRY - Cardiac Arrest in the Young)

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A slight lull in proceedings as people catch their breath!!

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Bob Neill came along and set up his pyrography table.

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First place in the Masters' Class competition went to John Williams for his multi-box set in Thuya Burr and Iroko.

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Second to Graham Jerram with his bowl in Yew.

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Third place taken by Peter Rutter with his bowl in Sycamore.

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Also entered . . . lace bobbins and stand from David Reynolds . . .

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. . . . dish in Masasa from Graham Legg.

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First place in Members' Open competition went to Carole Snell for her carving in Poplar.

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Second place to Bronagh Cassidy for her laser cut puzzle.

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Third place went to Tony Reindorp.

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Also entered . . Ben Klein turned this bowl in Xylia.

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. . . Candle holder from Jüergen Klein in Beech . .

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. . . spoon carved in Lime by Lesley Dennis . .

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. . . bowl turned in Cherry by Greg Holmes . .

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. . .winged bowl from David Waldron using Ash.