Our next virtual meeting, 22-07-2021 Turning with a captive ring.

Our meeting this week should have been our annual all day event, usually held on the Saturday following our usual meeting day, this can’t happen due to the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, this meeting should have been organised and managed by Errol Levings, Earl has put forward a request that you all have a go at making something that has within it’s design a captive ring, and if you are really adventurous try putting more than one ring on. This lends its self well to be included on a goblet or a mushroom but for the ideas, Errol will leave that up to you.

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Report on our virtual meeting 08-07-2021 Candlesticks and offset Candlesticks.

Our virtual meeting on the 8th July 2021 was organised by Errol Levings, Errol’s theme for the meeting was Candlesticks and off centre Candlesticks. Errol had produced a plan along with his instructions on the making of one type of off centre Candlesticks, however it was stated that any sort of Candlestick or Candle holder would be accepted.

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Our next virtual meeting 08-07-2021 Candle sticks and Offset candlesticks.

Our virtual meeting this week on the 8th July 2021 is being organised by Errol Levings, it’s going to be all about making candlesticks, all types of candlestick, whatever your imagination comes up with, you can go traditional or use nightlight candles or even some of the really fat candles, no matter what as long as you finish up with a candle or candles in your project.

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Competition results 24-06-2021

Our meeting on this occasion was our Summer Competition held on the 24th June 2021, it was organised by Peter Lawrence and the subject for the competition was making Natural Edged Turnings. There was no further criteria, you could make anything at all as long as it had some element of Natural Features remaining. There was also no limit on the number of entries any one person could make. Everyone was asked to take part in the competition, and indeed 14 of our number did take part, submitting a total of 54 pictures for the judges to consider. This response was very encouraging as we had more people taking part for this competition than for our Spring competition, so well done to all who took part.

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