Phillip Greenwood Demo and Competition Results – 30 Oct 18

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PHILLIP GREENWOOD DEMO

We had another almost full house this month which is great to see and a few new faces.  We welcomed back Phillip Greenwood from Hutton-le-Hole which is on the edge of North York Moors National Park who last demonstrated for us back in Oct 2013.  He started his demo with a three piece earring stand and showed how you don’t need an expensive lathe with an indexing system to get the holes evenly spaced.  He showed us his simple wooden disc with the holes marked on which goes between the chuck and the headstock.  Then with metal rod with a 90 degree angle in the end and a piece of wood clamped to the bed bars you can easily lock the headstock in the right place.  Additionally he showed another homemade jig that allows the drilling of the holes to be perfectly placed.

Next was a simple little ring stand to complement the earring stand.  He ended the evening with a natural edge bowl.

Check out more photos here.

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COMPETITION RESULTS

This month’s competition had

Novice Class Winners

1st Karl Leverton & Ady Backhouse, 2nd Shaun Pearson and 3rd Malcolm Willey

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Club Class Winners

No entries

Open Class Winners

1st Chris Fisher,  2nd Ric Sutherland and 3rd Tony Cooke and John Liles

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What’s up Next?

Next meeting is the Hands on Night on the 13 Nov 18 and this will be the last one this year.

Then don’t miss the last demo of the year on the 27 Nov 18 by Robin Barlow and this will be your last chance to get your Christmas function tickets at the Royal Oak ‘The Splash’ on the 11 Dec 18.

See you all there.

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  • Brian Peacock
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    Martin Having spoke to a number of club members would someone from the committee please explain how the “Demonstrators Box” works. No one that I have spoke to seems to understand its function/purpose. Many Thanks

    • Martin Pigott
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      Hi Brian, if you are referring to the box by the door with tickets in, this is or was the Turners Raffle. We have asked the demonstrators to donate what they made that members can buy a ticket for the chance to win. The money raised goes towards our nominated charity. This year we are going to be transferring all tickets brought to date over to our Grand Draw tickets for the chance to win some fantastic prizes of which any donated turned and finished items will be included. Check out the Grand Draw page for a full list of prizes donated to date. Regards Martin

      • Brian Peacock
        Reply

        Martin Thank you for your reply it is very much appreciated.

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