Green wood stool making weekend in Sussex woodland


Duration: Two days

Price: £175

Run by: Danny Harling
at Sussex green woodworking

07970556006

Green Shutters
Kingston Ridge
Kingston
Lewes
East Sussex
BN7 3JX

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About the Course

Spend a weekend in a beautiful Sussex woodland learning pole lathe turning and other green woodwork techniques and make yourself a stool to cherish for life . The courses are suitable for beginners or more experienced wood workers and all tools and materials are provided . The timber used is all locally grow hardwoods .
A wholesome lunch is provided .
Students may camp overnight if desired . The facilities are basic .
The tutor is Danny Harling . He is a carpenter and furniture maker and has been making chairs for 25 years and teaching his craft since 1998 .
The woods are near Lewes which is under an hour from London by rail .

If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.

What's included in the price?

Tea and coffee always on the go . The worlds best flapjack could make an appearance . Lunch is soup and bread or something else warm and wholesome .
The tools and materials are provided .
Transport from the train station ( if you come by public transport ) is not provided . Taxis are about £15
Camping is permitted although facilities are basic . There's a loo but no shower .



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