Nikon Owner East Anglian & Suffolk Group
‘Weird and Wonderful Wood’ Event
Haughley Park Barn, Haughley Park, Stowmarket
Saturday, 18th May 2013
Michael Warren, the organiser of the very popular Nikon Owner East Anglian & Suffolk Group would like to announce the next meeting of the group which will take place at the Weird and Wonderful Wood event at Haughley Park Barn, Haughley Park, Stowmarket, on Saturday, 18th May 2013.
Michael says “Now that the weather has improved, this first outing of the season should provide a feast for our cameras with a host of crafts and demonstrations at this fascinating event, not to mention the unexpected and spontaneous bursts of entertainment that may occur.”
Weird and Wonderful Wood is a unique and exciting occasion which is never the same from year to year. It is a specialised art and craft event with a difference, dealing solely with wood, and is a celebration of woodwork and wood-workers. Demonstrations will include furniture making, musical instrument making, displays by traditional fletchers and bowyers, chainsaw carving, a wheel-wright, hurdle making, wood turning, pole lathe turning and labyrinth making. During the day a number of spontaneous individual sequences from street performers and acoustic musicians will also take place, providing yet more interesting images for a photographer.
Time to meet: 11.00 a.m.
Where to meet: At the entrance to the event (after parking your car)
Weird and Wonderful Wood
Haughley Park Barn
Refreshments will be available at the event or you can bring your own.
If you would like to attend, please email (rather than telephone) your full name, subscription number, daytime mobile and landline to Gillian Greenwood at: email@example.com. In addition, please indicate your attendance by replying to this invitation on the Nikon Owner Message Board:
All Nikon Owner subscribers and their family members are invited to this photo-outing, no matter where they live in the UK.
The organisers welcome us to this event, and would be pleased to see an image or two but they advise that photographing children needs parental permission.
With very best wishes,
Features Editor and Events & Training Coordinator