Ian with his Lucky Dip bag wearing his trademark Turner's Cabin fleece - did you spot him?
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We hope you enjoy looking through the snaps, and if you want to share this post on Facebook, please click 'Like' in the top left corner of this page. All photos by Stacey Clarke of Turner's Cabin.
|Ian Metheringham (left) of Turner's Cabin with our first |
lucky dipper Richard Kennedy, who digs deep...
|Andi Fincher pulls out a big pressie!|
|Ian with lucky dip winner Basil Waugh|
|Trying a spot of pyrography|
|Bill Mooney get's his Turner's Cabin goodie|
|Fantastic demonstrations everywhere|
|Walter Hall talking notes with his camera|
|Mushrooms from the West Riding Wood Turners|
|Les Thorne's amazing Harlequin Peppermill|
|Mark Baker and the MAXI-1 Variable Speed Lathe. Always an enthusiastic demo with lots and lots of great information, and ideas on everything from finishing to sharpening|
|Highland Wood Nut John has a dip|
|Ian Carress delves deep|
|Jayne Arnull caught mid dip!|
|Martin Pigot wondering what's underneath the wrapping paper|
|A fantastic Nick Arnull demonstration on turning and carving which gave me a few ideas. We plan to feature Nick on a coming blog post.|
|A very happy Simon Hope|
|Stevie Jones joins the fun|
|The end of the day and Mark Raby is still hard at it|
|Off Centre Platter by Paul Hannaby, winner of the Tony Boase Award|
|Walter Hall with his lucky dip parcel|
So that's it! Don't forget to leave a comment below for a chance to win a prize from Ian's Christmas Lucky Dip.