Some of the winning entries in last years show.
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I am sure I speak for all the members who attended Thursdays club night when I thank Colwin Way for his superb demonstration once again !! Thank you Colwin
( love the smock !! )

ARTICLE
Barry Westaway would like to bring your attention to an article in the AWGB news magazine with regards to safety when turning green or wet timber.
Read it HERE

NEWS

NEXT CLUB EVENT

The Clubs Annual Show.
Setting up on Friday19th August 1pm to 5pm
( All hands on deck! )
Saturday 20th August
THE MAIN SHOW
A great event to visit and purchase that early christmas present.
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Q&A
Have a Question about
woodturning or need help with a project try the club
FORUM.


Timber Hazards

follow this link for more info

Woodbury Village Hall Website

Chairman

WELCOME

It's my pleasure to welcome you to the site of Woodbury Woodturners, one of the premier wood turning clubs in the South West of England.

The aims of the club are “Encouraging, developing and promoting the art, science and craft of wood turning” . Our members through the content of this site wish to show you how we strive to do this with a degree of excellence, and hope it may encourage you to visit us to see for yourself.

We are an active club of more than 120 members, and through the galleries and pages of this site, you can not only see the varied work of our members, but also the numerous activities that they engage in during our club meetings. These may include demonstrations from professionals or our own talented members, competitions and discussions, a lending library of books, DVD's and videos, and sales of wood turning items.

The club offers a warm welcome to both beginners and professionals alike on its normal club nights which are held on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 7.00pm at Woodbury Village Hall (see contact page for details).

I hope that you might want to share our passion for this wonderful hobby and that you enjoy the site.

The Club supports Hospiscare Devon as its recognised Charity.

Regards

Stephen Long (Chairman)