Monday 24 February 2014
Isca Woodcrafts is hosting its sixth annual woodworking show in Newport, Wales on 17 May. The show offers plenty of interest to both experienced woodworkers and hobbyists alike.
The show takes place in the 17th century stable block and courtyard at Tredegar House. Entry is free, although car parking charges will apply.
The AWGB will be represented by Crow Valley Woodturning Club, who support the event every year. Also, a collective group of woodturners will be showing off their diverse skills.
The British Stickmakers Guild will also be represented by the South Wales Branch, whose members will have displays of work and practical demonstrations.
South Wales Woodcarvers, who are affiliated to the British Woodcarvers' Association, will be showing off their skills while answering questions.
Other demonstrators include blacksmithing, box making, furniture making, chainsaw milling, chainsaw carving, Newport model engineers and the National Trust will also be offering woodland walks around the grounds.
The General Tool Store will again be selling their interesting array of wares.
Isca Woodcrafts will have a large selection of timbers, in both board and blank form, as well as native and exotic varieties. The Isca shop will also be open on the day from 10am-4pm.
When: 17 May, 2014
Where: The Craft Units, Tredegar House, Newport, Wales NP10 8TW
Contact: Isca Woodcrafts
Tel: 01633 810 148
(PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY OF ISCA WOODCRAFTS)
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