Our weekend woodturning course is taught by Adam Stone, the school’s Woodturning specialist.

This fun and informative weekend is our most accessible course to give students a first point of access into woodworking, with a focus on woodturning and round joinery.

It’s also designed to be scalable, so that students can then apply their skills to a variety of other projects.

During the weekend, students will make a stool or plant stand, with a wooden turned top and three legs.

Students will learn how to work a lathe whilst being introduced to a wide range of different tools and techniques.

They’ll also learn how to make tenons, tapered legs, sand and finish on the lathe – and, if they master those skills, they’ll also have an opportunity to turn a bowl.

This year, our woodturning course takes place between:

23rd – 24th November 2019

Early booking is advised as each course has a maximum of only 4 students.

Fees: The fee for each short course is £400, with a £100 deposit payable to secure your place, the balance of the fees is then payable
one month before the start of the course.

This covers your tuition and materials.