Lincolnshire Association of Woodturners invitespetertree4 3 experienced and beginners, ladies and gentlemen, young and old to join us at our Lincolnshire venue in Leasingham Village Hall.

We are a friendly, approachable group who have been in existence for over 20 years.  Please browse our website for information of club events, including professional demonstrations and workshop nights.

Doors open at 7pm on the third Tuesday of each month. Check out our diary for details of our next meeting and we look forward to seeing you soon.

Guests are always welcome at our club, please visit the membership page for details on how you can obtain your first club night free of charge.Facebook



9.30am – 4pm Sunday 22nd October 2017
Leasingham Village Hall

Craft Stalls
Hot & Cold Refreshments
Tool Stalls
Wood Yard Sales

Have-a-go at woodturning

Professional Turner
Emma ‘The Tiny Turner’ Cook

Emma Cook Will be demonstrating all day

Entry fee £2.00 per person, accompanied children under 16 free.


7.00pm for 7.30pm Tuesday 15th November 2017.

Andy Coates will be our guest demonstrator this month.


Andy is on the Register of Professional Turners, supported by the Worshipful Company of Turners of London. Andy also serves on the Executive of the Association of Woodturners of Great Britain as Chairman, and serves on a steering committee for Voluntary Arts England.

Andy has a passion for decorative turning, and produces work which largely falls in to this category using predominantly locally-sourced native hardwoods and reclaimed wood where available. Andy, like most full-time turners, also has to turn his hand to small production runs, antique restoration, teaching, and demonstrating, and a week can be made up of any combination of the list

Next workshop evening:

Tuesday 7th November
7pm – 10pm

Come along to our next workshop night.  We will have at least five lathes operating, so plenty of opportunities to have a go, or you can watch and chat about all things woodturning.  We have slightly adjusted the format, splitting the evening into two halves, so more members who want to turn, can.  Have a  look at the past meetings page to see what we did last month.