The Christmas Social
As is usual for the Club, the December meeting is a social gathering where we bring food and drink to share, get the opportunity to chat whilst trying to figure out the answers to the devilishly hard quiz and submit our entries for the turning challenges.
The Meeting will be held at the Kegworth Village Hall, next door to the Club House, and will start at 19:00.
Barbara has a list of who is attending, the number of guests and what food are bringing food.
This year we have the following categories:
- Turning between Centres
- Turning using a chuck
- ‘Anything Goes’
- The Chairman’s Challenge
- The Charnwood Machinery Challenge
You can enter all five competitions or just a few. If you cannot make it to the social but would like to enter the competitions, you will just need to get your pieces to the club on a Hands on day, or contact Barbara.
The Chairman’s Challenge is to turn and construct an Elephant as demonstrated by Ian Ethell at the November Meeting. Details of the elephant can be found by clicking the button below:
Download The Christmas Elephant Plans
The Charnwood Machinery Challenge
This year, Charnwood Tools have again agreed to donate a tools voucher to the winner of their challenge.
To be in with a chance you will make a Christmas themed free standing money box with the following limitations: it must be mainly turned, but could include some/limited carved work; The top can be screwed, push fit or have locking peg; It can be painted, stained or plain.