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Woodwork courses - beginner - make a serving tray

Completed tray, woodwork, west Byfleet, surrey

Duration: 10am-4pm

Price: £125

Book with: David Free
at Great British Woodshop

Cherry Lodge, Oakcroft Rd
Oakcroft Rd
West Byfleet
KT14 6JH

Course Start Dates

Tuesday 21st January 2020
Saturday 29th February 2020
Tuesday 31st March 2020

About the Course

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Build a practical wooden serving tray using basic power tools. Learn design, layout, cutting and jointing.
You will cut materials to size from the drawing and using the power mitre saw create mitre joints. You will use the router table and templates to create the tray ends and create grooves for the tray bottom and glue and assemble the project ready for staining or painting.

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What's included in the price?

Tea and coffee are available throughout the day. There is no lunch provided so bring your own or there is a local shop 1 min drive away.
Local train station is approx 10 mins walk and parking is available at the workshop.

Want to review this course?

I really enjoyed the course & making the tray. It was fun, informative, informal and educational.
Will do a few more for sure!

- - #22677

Good hands on course I learned a lot of skills and used tools not available to me at home - Yet!
I produced a solid tray which I believe will last for many years to come.
Now deciding what to do next.
Thanks for a good day.

- - #20927

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  • Accessible by public transport
  • Daytime (weekdays)
  • Events & groups
  • Suitable for beginners

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