Tuesday 17 March 2015
After a one year break, EWS returns to the show calendar with its usual mix of top class demonstrators and exhibitors across a wide range of woodworking disciplines. The show is at the historic Cressing Temple Barns near Braintree in Essex over the weekend of 12-13 September.
Demonstrators that have already confirmed for the show include woodturners Joey Richardson, Nick Agar and Mark Hancock, pyrographer extraordinaire Bob Neill, timber hewer Steve Woodley, woodcarvers Peter Berry, Tim Atkins, Dave Johnson and Gerald Adams and marionette maker Lenka Pavlickova, scroll saw expert Fiona Kingdon, spoon carver Anna Casserley and Sophie Heron with her converted VW camper van - featured on Channel 4's George Clarke's Amazing Spaces, Japanese joint maker Brian Walsh, plus furniture makers David Charlesworth, Dylan Pym, David Barron, Treeincarnated and many more besides.
The British Woodcarvers Association - BWA - will be hosting their extremely popular public vote competition.
There will be many familiar tool suppliers including Turners Retreat, Trend Tools & Machinery, Lie-Nielsen Toolworks, Jet Tools & Machinery, Gransfors Bruks axes, Pfeil, Auriou and Flexcut carving tools, Classic Hand Tools, Lincolnshire Woodcraft, Chestnut Products, David Barron Furniture, and host of other retailers. The Masterclasses are being presented by Simon James, author of Working Wood 3.
Contact: European Woodworking Show
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