SHOWING off some of the fine woodwork made by the Tweed Valley Woodcrafters are Harry Lesleighter and Jack Knight.
SHOWING off some of the fine woodwork made by the Tweed Valley Woodcrafters are Harry Lesleighter and Jack Knight.

Wooden it be nice to call a shed home?



TWEED Valley Woodcrafters Club is looking for a shed to call home.

The club makes timber items to sell and raise funds for local charities.

President Jack Knight said the group, which meets the first Saturday of each month at Budd's Mitre 10 in Murwillumbah, made items like wooden bowls, platters, sculptures and clocks as well as the trophies for Speed on Tweed.

"We display our work and demonstrate how it's made to show people what we do," Mr Knight said.

"We're always looking for new members, and you don't need any woodworking experience to join," he said. There will be a display today at Budd's Mitre 10 from 9am-12pm (DST). The next meeting will be March 9 at the Red Cross Hall from 6.30pm for 7pm. For details call (02) 6672 1642.



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