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Lincolnshire Association of Woodturners invites 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 meetings and we look forward to seeing you soon.

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

Please see below for details of our next club and workshop nights.


The club has an active Facebook page and we ask all interested members pay it a visit.  Please Facebookmake contributions in the form of comments, photos and videos.  We  encourage everyone to get involved so as to make our Facebook topical and enjoyable for everyone who is interested in our great craft. 
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Lincolnshire Lives believe in being there for the people of Lincolnshire in time of greatest need; delivering immediate high quality care regardless of the location or time of day. Our responders were there for  21,550 people each year across the county, that’s 60 people a day.

Lincolnshire Association of Woodturners are pleased to support Lincolnshire Lives.  If you would like to make a donation or obtain more information please visit their website www.lives.org.uk


NEXT CLUB MEETING:

7.00pm for 7.30pm Tuesday 21st May 2019339697

This month Philip Greenwood will be travelling from his home in Yorkshire to demonstrate to us.
Philip started woodturning full time in 1986 and attended craft fairsd for more than 12 years.  After a break he started turning again and moved into a craft unit in Hutton-le-Hole.
He was accepted onto the Register of Professional Turners in 2006, this was a very proud moment for him and showed he had reached a very high standard.
Philip likes to work with native timber, sourced from a local timber yard and from tree surgeons; this allows him to choose the way it’s converted to obtain the best figuring.

We look forward to welcoming Philip to our home in Leasingham.


Next workshop evening:

Our next workshop night is:-

Tuesday 7th May 2019
7pm – 10pm

Please come and join us on the 7th May.  In April we had six lathes in operation, so there was plenty of opportunities to have a go.  Hopefully we will be able to offer the same in May so come along for a great night out away from the television.  
Have a  look at the past meetings page to see what we did last month.
The club shop will also be open, selling all those necessary accessories, together with some second-hand tools which we have acquired to sell on to members, at very competitive prices.