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Paul Bodiam17/05/2012 22:17:22
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Thought you folks might like to see this: my daughter working on a pencil-pot for her Guides crafts badge.

dennis wake17/05/2012 22:38:19
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hi Paul and Daughter.

it is nice to see that there is youngsters that want to learn to turn. it is also good to see that she is looking after her eyes with the safety glasses on. i hope that she gets her badge ok.

dennis

paul wagstaffe17/05/2012 23:07:49
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Very nice to see the young folk taking an intrest in producing somthing to be proud of insted of sitting in front of a xbox, well done little miss.

Paul

Julian19/05/2012 14:24:35
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Hi Paul -- Good to see the kids getting involved, they seem to be a bit more creative that us old stick in the muds ! (I only talk personally) -- Julian

Simon Reeves19/05/2012 17:26:18
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Well done Paul and daughter. I agree with the others about encouraging the nippers. I'll do anything I can to help my grandson to be practical, even if it's nothing to do with wood! My son is a head chef, and a good one, and although he'll have a go, he has little or no idea about most kinds of DIY!

Simon

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