The show for both the Amateur and Professional Woodworker
Yandles are pleased to announce the line-up of demonstrators for its forthcoming show on the 5th and 6th of September. We are very excited to be able to say that Stuart Mortimer, Nick Agar and Mark Sanger will be amongst our Turners alongside David Appleby and new to Yandles, Andy Rounthwaite. This show, we also have Xavier Haines demonstrating furniture restoration, Elaine Day doing Willow Day and the Japanese Tool Group will once again be demonstrating their skills along with Terry Heard with his broom making. As always, there will be an excellent display of stick making, marquetry, carving, (including demonstrations by Martin Turner) and new to us this year sign making, alongside the displays that Exeter Woodcarvers, West Country Wood Carvers and Martock Wood Turners put on.
The show is now one of Britain’s longest running woodworking shows and attracts thousands of visitors from all over the UK and Europe. Taking place in a traditional Sawmill, which was founded over 150 years ago, makes the Show unique and as you would imagine from a Timber Company offers the best selections of timber to be found at a UK based Woodworking Show.
Joining the Demonstrators will be many of the woodworking industries manufacturers, including Record Power, Brimarc, Sorby and Triton. All will be demonstrating their products and offering special show prices.
As always, all timber from our Self – Selection Centre will be discounted, there will be lots of show bargains, a sale in the Hobby shop, plus demonstrations and a Refreshment marquee and our outstanding 303 Gallery to look around. There is free entry and parking to our Show which makes it an event not to be missed.
For further details look on our Website: wwwyandles.co.uk or e-mail us on: email@example.com, Telephone: 01935 822207. Yandle & Sons Ltd, Hurst Works, Martock, Somerset, TA12 6JU.
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