The club is fortunate in having three RPT members, so I hope they will not mind if I use them as starters, with information borrowed from their own websites. Dave has a workshop and gallery at Snainton Woodworking Supplies, near Scarborough in North Yorkshire.
Tom regularly attends the Wednesday evening hands on night, and has done so for a couple of years.
Margaret lives in Swaledale in the Yorkshire Dales, and is a member of the Jorvik Woodturning Club. Les became a full time woodturner in 1998, having previously been involved in the timber industry as director of a family timber mill, and a saw doctor.
I have 4 huge plastic planters on my deck and I never change out the potting soil, all I do is just add a bit more perlite for absorption and some slow release plant food pellets and plant away! All that is required is you email some information about yourself - as much or as little as you wish. I have also, immodestly, posted a page on myself, as an example of what a non-professional woodturner might say about themselves.

He has a gallery and workshop in Hutton le Hole, next to the Ryedale Folk Museum, and shares this with his wife Wendy who works in glass as well as doing some pyrography. He is a hobby turner who enjoys all kinds of work, but has specialised in trophy and commemorative item commisions, and in pyrography. He was accepted on to the RPT in 2012, and is based in Bollington, near Macclesfield, Cheshire. He mounts regular exhibitions (and sales) in Sandsend, near Whitby, jointly with his wife who makes jewellery. He produces hollow forms, bowls, platters and sculptural forms, working almost entirely in British timbers. I cannot find a picture or much detail about him, but the CWA website has a gallery of 17 very nice pieces of turning by him.
She writes regularly for the Woodturning magazine, has produced DVDs, and organises tuition.
He has a passion for working with wood and looking at ways to show off it's natural beauty, using traditional techniques combined with modern ideas such as airbrushing, texturing, piercing etc.

She has developed piercing and complex designs, her inspiration drawn from the natural forms. He produces hollow forms, sculptural pieces and large diameter bowls and platters mainly, but not exclusively, in sycamore.
Finishes range from light oiling of the natural wood to metal leaf, coloured stains and blowtorching.
He enjoys turning anything from 3mm spindle work to large diameter bowls and platters, particularly with natural edges or decorative rims.

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