Make a folding table
Saturday 25 - Sunday 26 July 2020
Starting with sawn boards for the table top and materials for the leg structure, each student will design and create their own individual table. Styles and sizes will vary depending on the maker and the intended use and location of the table. No previous experience necessary, although attendance of other green wood working courses may be helpful.
Mervyn Mewis studied habitat management and is involved in voluntary conservation work which has led to the availability of native broadleaf timber. He also has a keen interest in woodwork and the initial production of simple furniture.
He has a City and Guilds woodwork qualification and studied musical instrument creation at West Dean College. He runs MWM Music, which makes and plays traditional musical instruments made to modern designs from locally sourced timbers from conservation managed woodlands.
Mervyn also works full-time making all manner of timber objects; from green-oak gates to hurdy-gurdies and most things in-between. He runs Green Wood Works which is a dedicated place for people to come to experience and learn traditional skills in a relaxed and stunning setting.
Please wear suitable warm, weather appropriate clothing and footwear.
£210 per person to include tuition, teas and coffees. The Museum café will be open or you can bring a packed lunch.
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