Try out woodturning at Ely Guild’s open day at Little Thetford Village Hall

12:11 09 June 2014

Hands on Day for Ely Guild of Woodturners, at Little Thetford Village Hall, turner Stephen Franklin

Hands on Day for Ely Guild of Woodturners, at Little Thetford Village Hall, turner Stephen Franklin

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Ely Guild of Woodturners holds its open day on Saturday, offering the public the chance to try their hand at the art.

Members of the public, novice turners and established members can try woodturning under the expert eye and guidance of some of our senior and expert members.

The event takes place at Little Thetford Village Hall from 10am-5pm. Admission is free. Children are welcome but must be accompanied by an adult.

Ely Guild of Woodturners was formed in 1988 to provide a place for established woodturners and beginners alike to meet, learn and improve their skills.

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