Many of you on a more local level said that you hoped to come by and visit us when we were more settled and that’s just about where we are. Next weekend, Saturday 23rd, we are opening up the garage workshop and the studio in Abingdon, UK and we will be here to talk about our work and answer any questions. It should be fun for everyone to get together this way and share our joint and diverse journeys in woodworking.

I realise most of the readers of my blog will not be able to make it because of the distance. Distance doesn’t matter when you are viewing our work on the internet but it does when you want to visit. If you can’t make it, don’t worry, we will keep filling you in on our progress on our websites and on YouTube.

If you can attend please register via the form. We have split the day into two sessions, morning and afternoon, and we want to make sure we have everything in place.

If you can come we would love to see you so please let us know as early as possible.

4 Comments

  1. António on 15 June 2018 at 3:17 pm

    Hi to you all!
    What a great initiative, I’m just sorry I can not travel there to pay you a visit.
    So…
    May I ask you to post a video after the “open house” or an update on the ‘shop tour’?
    Please, please,please…. 🙂

    Thank you for your time



  2. Tommy Jinks on 15 June 2018 at 8:09 pm

    Ah so close! I’m flying into Manchester on the 23rd from the US and transferring to London on Wednesday the 27th. I’d have loved to stop in! Hope you have a great day!



    • Tom Angle on 16 June 2018 at 2:51 pm

      Depending on what time your flight lands, it is a 3 hour train ride to Oxford. You might be able to make it.



  3. John stark on 19 June 2018 at 5:09 am

    This from a man who is about to turn 88. Not having the wonderful discipline you have I have spent far too much time looking for a tool, hardware, or what ever. If you are just beginning in woodworking take seriously the adage “a place for everything and every thing in its place” my experience as an amateur worker who started late showed many wasted hours before I took it to heart.



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