Walnut classical jug by Gordon Hannah

Do you want to find your hidden talent?

We all have a hidden talent, so they say - do you want to find yours?

Have you seen woodturners' stalls at craft shows and thought, "I wish I could make things like that"?

Are you bored with doing what you're told and want to be creative?

Or have you been told to get a hobby?

If the answer to any of these is "Yes", Cambridge Woodturners is just the place for you.

The Club, affiliated to the AWGB, caters for all abilities and levels of woodturning, and provides a friendly and encouraging atmosphere in which to learn and develop.

We have a varied and attractive programme and plenty of people to give advice and practical help.

Why not just come along to a meeting to see what we can offer?  And there isn't even anything to pay until you've been to a couple of meetings!

Use the menu above to find out more about us and then get in touch. 

Spalted hornbeam lidded vessel by Denis Woodley
 Rowland Penfold's bud vase made from African Blackwood and cast Pewter.
Natural edge burr birch bowl by Ed Rose

Next meetings:.

November 1: Rick Dobney - a multi-axis square box.

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