Woodwork Taster: Chopping Board

Level Beginners
What you'll make Chopping Board
Skills you'll learn How to use a Bandsaw, Pillar Drill, Disc and Bobbin Sander. Wood finishes
Duration 1 x Sunday, 11am - 3.30pm
Dates
Sunday 11 October, 2020
Price: £80   Book

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This 1-day session introduces you to a range of wood-working tools and equipment, which you can then use to make your own kitchen chopping board.

You will be shown how to use a range of workshop machinery and equipment. Following a talk on different types and uses of hardwood, you’ll then be able to select your material from our in-house timber store, and design your very own chopping board. With support and guidance from the tutor, you’ll then use our workshop equipment to make your object – providing you with a beautiful personalised project to take home with you!

This session will be led by Emma Chesterman who trained at the Building Crafts College in Stratford and is a professional furniture maker.

We are ensuring limited numbers of people on site at all times and carrying out social distancing measures with additional cleaning in place. All of our teachers will receive training in our new rules and we will be making all attendees aware of how to safely take part at the workshop. We will not be providing refreshments so please bring your own soft drinks and/or snacks. The on-site cafe Wood Street Coffee will be open until 3pm. If you have your own face covering please bring this with you. We will have some disposable masks should you need one. If you don’t feel well or need to self-isolate, please don’t come to the workshop but let us know as soon as possible and we can discuss options with you.

Please note that refunds and/or changes to ticket are available up to 7 days before course start date.