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BACS payments should be to:

North Norfolk Open Studios

Acct no: 25612462

Sort code: 80 22 60

Bank: Bank of Scotland

Cheques should be made payable to:

North Norfolk Open Studios

and posted to:

Keri Lowe

16 Clarendon Drive, 
Martham
Norfolk
NR29 4TD

Your brochure entry:
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Artist number:
To be confirmed.
Name:
newleaf woodcraft
Trail:
To be confirmed.
Studio address:
Hill House Cottage
10 Station Road
Reepham
NR10 4LF
Tel:
07503 787325
Wheelchair access:
NO
Directions:
No access via Station Road, entrance signed from Market Place/ Fishers Alley or from Station Road car park/ Chapel Walk
Description:
Unique and interesting woodcraft for the home and garden, made from, often reclaimed, Norfolk and Suffolk timber, I often know where the tree was growing.
I currently specialise in table lamps.
Dates:
25 May
YES
26 May
YES
27 May
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28 May
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29 May
YES
30 May
YES
31 May
YES
01 June
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02 June
YES
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newleaf woodcraft

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artist number:
To be confirmed
trail:
media:
Woodwork
website:
Website
mobile:
07503 787325
landline:
Landline
address:
Hill House Cottage
10 Station Road
Reepham
NR10 4LF
wheelchair
Not accessible by wheelchair
directions:
No access via Station Road, entrance signed from Market Place/ Fishers Alley or from Station Road car park/ Chapel Walk
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Working from the shed at the bottom of my garden I have, for the last 15 years, been creating interesting and unique woodcraft for the home and garden.
I mostly use hard wood from trees that were growing in Norfolk or Suffolk and in a lot of cases I know where the tree was growing.
I have, over the years, developed ways of getting the most out of the grain and character of the wood I use, to make wonderful wooden items for the home or garden.
I currently specialise in table lamps, ranging from small bedside types to large statement lamps that will enhance any room.
I use as much of the wood as I can, so smaller off cuts become coasters, test tube vases holders, candle holder, plant labels, door stops etc.

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