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Saturday 21st – Internationally renowned woodturner Phil Irons is in-store offering a demonstration of the techniques used to produce his acclaimed one-off masterpieces. Phil tutors from his workshop, courses ranging from beginners’ hobby level classes to the more advanced master classes but today we will be imparting his knowledge to you for free anytime between 10-4!

Feedback on the Community forum
Fantastic feedback on Phil’s recent demonstration at the Sittingbourne store – we are extremely excited to see Phil in action

Hollow Form (above) by the outstanding Phil Irons, in-store on the 21st – definitely not a day to be missed!

Saturday 28th – If you’re a woodworker, you’re making dust. And if you’re using machines, you’re making plenty of it. Whether a hobbyist or a trade workshop owner, health and safety is an important consideration – and air filtration is often overlooked in our PPE and equipment choices. Throughout July, our stores will display and demonstrate a range of solutions which will help protect against dusts, fibres and fumes in your working environment. And on Saturday 28th July, all stores will host special demonstrations on extraction in use with popular workshop machines including planer thicknessers, drum sanders and table saws. Come along to your nearest store and we’ll help you find the best ways to ‘Breathe Easy’.

PPE for woodturning

Manager’s message

My team always assemble the display machinery, which gives them a greater understanding of the quality and setup of each machine. Together with the continuous training, undertaken at our Skill Centre in Devon, this makes them the experts they are and what makes our store a cut (turn and polish) above the rest. If you would like to buy once, then come to the store and we’ll help you buy right!

– Craig Townsley, Store Manager

JET clearance offer
JET JTS600 Sawbench 240V 1500W (250mm blade) – was £1,543.55, now £1,199.95

In The Headlines (or should we now say hashtag?) This Month …

Whether you were among the many championing for #CleanAir or not, the one thing all woodworkers should care about is air pollution. It was a hot topic last month with Global Action Plan holding a national Clean Air Day and the British Lung Foundation focusing on lung health during their annual Breathe Easy Week. The charity’s aims were to build awareness of what air pollution is and how it affects our health. Cleaner air is something everybody should consider especially those lost in creativity (and dust) within their workstations. No matter what type of workshop you’re in, extraction is paramount. Even the occasional tinkerer needs to consider their safety and making sure you have the right extraction system should be one of your first considerations.

Come to our free demonstration on the 28th (see details above) to learn all you need to know about air filtration.

Did you know…

We have a specialist Business Services team on hand to help you start, maintain and grow your organisation. Their key objective is to build relationships with business customers to gain a greater insight and understanding of their needs; offering bespoke solutions to help you increase your productivity and maximise success. We’ve now introduced a section within the Knowledge, where ideas can be shared and you can learn about all the latest products, services and news relevant to your business – visit our new Business Services section to find out how we can help you climb to new heights. Read our case study to find out how we’ve helped specialist cabinetmaker and joiner George Morgan meet his rising demand for ‘refined vernacular’ pieces.

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Safety isn’t expensive, it’s priceless

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