The club  provides a place for those with an interest in this fascinating hobby to meet on a regular basis and share experiences,

to see professionals at work and learn from other like minded turners of varying skills .

We meet at The Dunkirk Village Hall on the 1st Sat of the Month then Tuesday evening ten days later.

See About us Page for  times & details, go to the Programme of  Events page to see up and coming events

Have a look around the website , most of all  please enjoy your visit.

Come along to a meeting - You'll be pleasantly surprised at how much you enjoy yourself


Forthcoming events

    To the Garden of England Woodturning club

          the club was founded in  1999

Do you enjoy working with wood

then our club may be for you

Club News

  Hi Folks welcome to the latest news after a demo by Simon Hope  we look forward to Bob Edom’s  Demo on the hands on night. This will be on Phyography  so if you have a machine as well as a Dremel with texturing tools and would be able to bring them along please do it will help on the night  

Following this we will be having a Demo by one of the clubs newer members Trevor Fackrell on the Celtic knot so please come along and show him some support  as it will be his first time demonstrating .

 October 29th will also see our Annual show so if you would like a table or share a table see the club sec and get you name on the list the cost is £ 5.00  the banners for the event will be going up tomorrow and thanks to all members who have taken and distributed the flyers

Finally a big thanks once again to Gordon Blake for taking over the newsletter . His first edition will be out at the end of November with all the results and News

Well that's all from me keep up the good work and Makin Shavins  

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  Updated 3rd October 2016


The Association of Woodturners of Great Britain

  The Garden of England Woodturners

  associated club of the

       Tue 11th October

        Hands on Night

     Phyography demo

          by Bob Edom




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