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Birds of prey will be flying at Guisborough Forest Festival Catch a glimpse of The Gruffalo Horse logging is a popular attraction Kids can have a go at the ancient skill of wood turning Chainsaw sculptor Steve Iredale, from Whitby, will be at the festival
While he learned furniture making, Holzapfel became interested in wood turning, which was then gaining prominence in the emerging studio crafts movement.
Fascinated by the artistic soul and works of Filipino sculptors, media scion and art collector Joel Jimenez taps his creativity through wood turning.
Tim Peters |making traditional cider and (inset) Mike Bithell using a homemade wood turning lathe
YOU can also have a go at traditional crafts including wood turning and willow weaving, taste honey from the native British Black Bee, the festival will also feature a double decker bus full of farm animals and there'll be a climbing wall, crafts and archery.
A new wood turning machine will result in a 20% improvement in efficiency compared top the firm's previous equipment as well as providing additional training opportunities for staff to upgrade and learn new skills.
WE do get a lot of wood working tools come in for auction, usually from a house clearance, but recently a set of 13 Holtzapffel & Co wood turning chisels with rosewood handles and brass ferrules came in for sale and the quality of these tools stood out immediately.
Some 15 artists will be on hand demonstrating glass blowing, raku pottery firing, blacksmithing, glass bead making, broom casting of metal and wood turning.
Other activities include demonstrations of wood turning and basket weaving as well as a bird display.
THE Vale of Glamorgan Wood Turning Club will be holding their open day, exhibition and sale on Saturday.
Live music will be performed by traditional jazz musicians Zenith Hot Stompers and the showground will feature stalls and demonstrations of traditional countryside crafts like thatching, chair bodging, sheep shearing and wood turning.
Wood turning is potentially a dangerous activity, with the timber spinning hundreds of times a minute, but a few basic rules and elementary techniques are all you need to get started.