Welcome to Lancashire & Cheshire Woodcarvers

About the club

Due to the closure of the Spotland Methodist Church, the club will moved to the Ukranian Club on Thursday 13th October

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Lancashire & Cheshire Woodcarvers was formed in 1992 to promote woodcarving across the two counties and to allow its members to share a common enthusiasm, ideas and improve their carving skills in a friendly and supportive club.  Carvers of all levels of experience are welcome, and beginners can be sure of a friendly reception.

We currently have over 30 members. We have  regular weekly informal carving sessions on a Thursday for the majority of the year and on the 3rd Thursday of the month we will have a speaker. For full details click here.

Members have access to the clubs extensive library of carving books and videos. The club also has tools that are available for beginners to use at meeting.

Where to find us

Address

From 13th October 2022

Rochdale Ukrainian Cultural Centre,
15 Mere Street,
OL11 1HJ.

There is parking space in the grounds of the club

When we Meet

We meet on most Thursdays from about 10 a.m. to 2.00 p.m”

For full details of when we meet please click here.

Latest News, Updates and Events

Brian Keatings miniature furniture

This picture is of a dining table with a 50p coin on the left to give an impression of the scale. Brian brought along a mind boggling array of miniature […]

CARVING LETTERs and A LADY’S HEAD 19th May 2022

LETTER CARVING DEMO by JOHN ADAMSON  19th May 2022 John Adamson, a club member,  has been working on a commissioned plaque in Oak with the words “A ROLL OF HEADMISTRESSES” […]

Members talk by Brian Keating on April 21st

Brian is a local boy who came to carving through wood turning He adds carving to turned pieces and makes some exquisite miniature furniture and room scapes.       […]

AGM 17th March

This years AGM was rather different to our usual.    It was held on a Thursday and not a Saturday, and we had no problem with getting a quorum.   […]

Spotland Library Exhibition

In an attempt to popularise woodcarving and attract new members the club exhibited some work in Spotland Library                         […]

Norman McLaren and Keith Salad – Speak on Wood

Thanks to Gill Smith for this report Keith spoke of many aspects of his life including his time with the General Post Office and Telecom when he was responsible for […]

Show of members work during Covid restrictions

Some 18 members shared a Jacobs Join meal and viewed some of the work carved during lockdown.   There were poems, jokes, conjuring tricks and music after the meal so […]

Club Projects around Burnley – A talk by Richard Colbran

On the 2oth November, Richard took some of of us who have been in the club a long time down memory lane, and gave newer members an insight into what […]