Lincolnshire Wolds Woodturning Association

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      ed (the amateur) turner
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      Lincolnshire Wolds Woodturning Association have a demo on the 25th November 2014 by Mick Hanbury 7pm – 10pm

      Lincolnshire Wolds Woodturning Association are kindly supporting Olivers Woodturning by way of linking to our site for their members.

      Someone from their club or I will keep you updated on events.

      Ed 🙂

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      Thanks for adding our Club Ed.  We are a small club in the heart of the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds and meet at a Village hall in West Ashby, just north of Horncastle.  We meet twice a month, the 2nd Tuesday of the month is our club night where we have a hands on night, which is ideal for the beginners to have ago on the lathe to get some one to one tuition.  This is every month with the exception of July and August.  We also meet on the last Tuesday of the month and this is our main demonstration night.  All meetings 7pm – 10pm.

      We have about 50+ members currently and several travel a large distance to get to us, so we must be doing something right.  We have two large HD TVs and new two HD Cameras to give our members the best view of the action so they don’t miss a thing.  The demos are recorded and are available to members to hire or buy so they can relive the demos at home.  We run a club shop selling various tools and finishing products stock and have one of our members who sells exotic woods and another who sells pens and project kits, so we pretty much have it all covered.  We have a great competition table for members to show off their work with the added bonus of a chance to winning a small cash prize to spend in the shop.

      So if you are up in Lincolnshire anytime, please feel free to call in.  Please check out our website for more information.


      Martin Pigott


      Lincolnshire Wolds Woodturning Association

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