Making Shaker Boxes in Court Wood at Llanvihangel Court
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About the Course
This course will teach you to make traditional shaker boxes ; beautiful bent cherrywood containers using wood harvested form Court Wood. No previous experience or tools needed - all will be provided on the day.
The course / workshop takes place in the beautiful setting of Court Wood ; an 11 acre ancient woodland belonging to Llanvihangel Court and managed by the dedicated volunteers of The Crucorney Environmental Group. By the end of the day, not only will you have learned and practised the traditional skills needed, but you will also be able to take away the finished product, crafted by your own hands! Your course tutor will be Roy Nowicki ; master craftsman and furniture maker.
Over 18's only.
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What's included in the price?
Tea & Coffee.
Take away the finished product!
What a fantastic day! Roy is an expert teacher. It was such an interesting process to learn with lots of laughs along the way as well. Would highly recommend this course to anyone!
Gina Dunn - - #10009
Roy has a natural down to earth teaching style . The shaker boxes are the best I have come across with a natural beauty that are a joy to behold. I can highly recommend this course you will come home with a box that will give you much pleasure for years to come .. my wife uses it for buttons , simple , lovely and a joy to have around the house.
Thanks a million Roy
Alan Ritchie - - #9836
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Course Start Dates
Course dates are flexible; please get in touch for the next available date.
- Suitable for beginners
- Suitable for events & groups
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