SOME OF THE SHOWS REGULAR EXHIBITORS

 

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Tim in the woods

This is Tim Dunning in his natural habitiat standing beside a goat willow bush

Tim is a good friend of our groups and is always ready to help with shanks and planked timber.

See Tim's advert in the BSG Stickmaker magazine.

Tel: 0758 570 6415

Harry Beaves

Harry Beaves.

Is our local tool dealer, often seen at the famous Ashley Heath car boot sale.

Harry lovingly restores all his tools to the highest standard and always supports us.

If you have tools for sale ring Harry on:

01258 858404
Terry Heard

Terry Heard making besom brooms, he makes thousands every year.

Terry has been a great supporter of all our events over the years.

Tel: 01258 857225

 

Jim and Marg

This is Jim of Jim & Marg King basketmakers.

I never seem to get Marg in the photo, I must try harder next time.

Tel: 01202 888692

Paul Reeves

Paul Reeves from the "Christchurch Society of Woodturners" demonstrates his craft. Paul is Vice-Chairman of the society and regularly demonstrates at club meetings.

for more information see their website.

 

Tools for self reliance

"Tools for Self Reliance"

They do a great job collecting unwanted tools, re-furbishing them and sending them to Africa so the people can support themselves.

TFSR have something like 50 groups around the country and we're fortunate to have the Netley Marsh headquarters represented at our show.

Why not bring or buy tools.

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Charles Hutcheon

Charles Hutcheon, member of the British Stickmakers Guild, serving customers from his extensive range of stickmaking supplies.

Charles is a very enthusiastic member of the Saxon Stickmakers and always supports us.

Brian Waters

"The Hants & Dorset Stickmakers"

Brian Waters left and Charlie Walker right, both demonstrating their own methods of bending Buffalo Horn.

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Charlie Walker

Ringwood woodcarvers

Ringwood Woodcarvers setting up their display, masterminded by Tony Wilson.

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Paul Brayshaw

 

 

Paul Brayshaw of "Wessex Woodcraft"

carving spoons at Yandles open day.

Paul has been supporting the Dorset Do since the early days at the St leonards venue

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We would love to hear if you can suggest any new exhibitors for our show, so please go to the contacts page and send me an email with your ideas.