DDWC
June 2019 Meeting.
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Centre stage was a good display of members' work ranging in size from John Lound's tables . . .

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. . . . through various bowls . . . . .

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. . . . to Tom Livesey's pens.

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Marquetry expert Terry Cambridge was able to offer advice to visitors . . .

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. . . as was colleague Tony Reindorp.

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The Masters' competition table . . .

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. . . .the Members' Open competition table . . . . . .

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. . . and the inaugural Collaboration Competition table.

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The carvers as always provide a study in concentration - mug of tea never too far away!

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Good to see young and old (!!!!!!) sharing a table!

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Greg Holmes scroll saws a previously pyrographed Celtic design.

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David Reynolds demonstrates lace bobbin turning.

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Peter Rutter turns an apple.

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Daniel Beard turns a key ring fob.

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Geoff Dalton instructs a visitor in turning a garden dibber.

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Peter Blair gets useful advice (I'm sure!) from colleagues!!!!!

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Jean Nellis guards her "craft fair table' while husband Geoff seeks out a cuppa!

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Guest professional pyrographer Bob Neill closely watched by a colleague.

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Brian Walker takes a break from the club charity stall which was raising money for Derby Prostate Cancer Support Group.

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Do ya' feel lucky punk? Masters' Competition First place to James Sharpe

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Second to David Reynolds who livened up boring Sycamore.

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Third place for the segmented bowl went to Peter Rutter.

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Also entered was this tall vase in Yew from John Williams.

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No its not a biscuit rack! Foot massager by Geoff Nellis.

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First place in the Members' Open Competition went to Graham Jerram.

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Second place to Geoff Dalton for his Oak bowl.

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Third place went to Graham Legg.

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John Waring used Yew and Sweet Chestnut for his bowl of fruit.

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Greg Holmes walking stick in Rose and Hazel (sorry its clipped!).

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Tony Rawcliffe's bowl in Oak.

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Recognizable marquetry work from Tony Reindorp.

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Liz King's pyrographed logo using Birch ply.

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First place in the Collaboration Competition went to Richard Hagues and Tony Reindorp.

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Second place went to Liz King and Geoff Dalton.

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Third place to Dick Potter and Carole Snell.

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Also entered was Derek Puplett and Bronagh Cassidy.

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Brian Walker and Roger King.

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Terry Murtha and Graham Legg.

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Peter and Val Branson.

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Tina Shinner and John Williams.