Suffolk Mid-Coastal Woodturners
Suffolk Mid-Coastal Woodturners   

         From Standing tree to                    outstanding furniture.

   Lodge Farm, Laxfield Road.


  01728 440040 or 07982392579

Suppliers of locally sourced, air dried timber. Many hardwood species available. Pre cut blanks available or board selection.

Machining service available on request.

In 2018 we can be seen at :-

Aug 19th Westleton Barrel Fair

Sept 2nd SHS horse spectacular, Marks Hall, Coggeshall

Oct 6th/7th Wood and Craft fair, Ickworth.

Nov 18th Wantisden Craft Fair.

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Aerial view of the Orwell bridge

This website is sponsored by TREE INCARNATED Ltd.   website


Our headquarters or meeting place is in the Dallinghoo Jubilee Village Hall in the centre of Dallinghoo, a pretty  village 4 miles north west of Woodbridge, Suffolk. The hall is fully equipped with a modern kitchen and all the facilities, heating, lighting options, toilets and a very large carpark. It also has the village sign standing near the entrance, a marker to look for when visiting.

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For map, go to 'About us' page and to Headquarters - how to find us.


  • Jan 4th          AGM 7.30, followed by a Steve Davis presentation.
  • Feb 1st          Paul HOWARD.   7.30pm
  • March 10th   Gerry MARLOW.  All Day Saturday.  9.30am to 4.30pm
  • April 5th       Colin SMITH  7.30pm
  • May 10th      Clem ANSELL  7.30pm     note, 2nd thursday.
  • June 7th        Members multi turn evening.   7.30pm
  • July 5th         Roger FODEN   7.30pm
  • August 2nd   Club Social and Competition  6.30 for 7pm start
  • Sept 6th         Mike Charnley   7.30pm
  • Oct 4th          Peter TAYLOR talks about his life in woodturning. 7.30pm
  • Oct 13th        Gary RANCE  Saturday All Day    9.30am to 4.30pm
  • Nov 1st         Trevor BLACKMAN    7.30pm
  • Dec 6th         Andy COATES    7.30PM

To see the programmes of other local clubs go to the LINK PAGE to view their websites.

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