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Isle of Mull Wood Turners at Craignure Village Hall

Isle of Mull Wood Turners is open to anyone, whatever level of woodturning experience or interest in the craft, and is fully constituted, with affiliation to the Association of Woodturners of Great Britain.

 

Our aim is to foster a greater awareness of the Wood turners' Art and Craft amongst both wood turners and the general public; and to provide a forum to encourage communication and an exchange of views amongst local woodturning enthusiasts. Further; we aim to arrange meetings and exhibitions that will encourage wood turners to aim for high quality turning, and we aim to offer training to all with the involvement of young, disadvantaged and socially excluded people.

 

Workshop

We have a dedicated workshop at Craignure Village Hall; complete with four lathes and associated machinery and tools. The workshop is available for the use of all members. We meet on alternate Sunday afternoons and hold beginner training sessions on Tuesday evenings and Wednesday mornings.

 

Timber Supplies

We have an ever increasing supply of timber. This is mostly sourced from the island (through gifts of fallen trees) but we are always looking for more!

 

Cost of Membership

The annual subscription is 25.00 for membership of AWGB

A fee is payable for attendance at formal meetings; currently 5.00 per session

A fee is payable for personal use of the workshop based on an hourly rate of 1.00

Junior members (up to age 21) are free

 

What do you get for your money?

Regular meetings with demonstrations, training and discussion on turning topics

Access to workshop for personal use

Insurance whilst on club premises (you must be an AWGB member)

Quarterly Magazine "Revolutions"

 

A typical meeting of IOMWT

 

Follow Us!

www.isleofmullwoodturners.wordpress.com

www.facebook.com/isleofmullwoodturners

www.awgb.co.uk

 

Contact Us

Peter Williams

Phone 01680 812249

Email: secretary@isleofmullwoodturners.co.uk

Post on our facebook page www.facebook.com/isleofmullwoodturners

 

 

Another fine job!