Take closer look at work by members of Ely Guild of Woodturners at annual exhibition

PUBLISHED: 09:00 20 August 2015

Mark Wardle exhibited his work at last year's event.

Mark Wardle exhibited his work at last year's event.

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The Ely Guild of Woodturners opens its annual exhibition this weekend at the Cathedral Centre, in Ely.

Malcolm Arter, with his grandson Connor Arter, at last year's exhibition.Malcolm Arter, with his grandson Connor Arter, at last year's exhibition.

The 10-day exhibition offers the chance for visitors to admire examples of members’ work, such as turned vases and lacquered bowls.

Demonstrations will be held most days by members, who will also be on hand to offer advice about the guild. Many of the items will be on sale.

The exhibition is opened on Saturday, at 11am, by retired GP and Magpas doctor, Pam Kenny. It is then open daily until Monday, August 31, from 10am-5pm. Entry is free.

A guild spokesman said: “Come and see the many very varied things we make, chat to the turners and look at our exhibition.”

To find out more about the guild, visit www.elysuildofwoodturners.co.uk


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