About 10 years ago I retired from being a project manager in the oil industry and decided that being an engineer I had to do something with my hands as for many years all I […]
Award winning artist Tina Holley is known for her detailed watercolour paintings. Trees are one of her favourite subjects, from seasonal colours to winter silhouettes to fossilised logs, painted whilst artist in residence in the […]
Forestry Commission Scotland forester Iain Laidlaw said ‘I was really flattered to be asked to help pull together such a fine collection of unique furniture from some of our best local makers. We are lucky […]
Charred Wood sources wood from the Scottish Borders and hand burns unique designs to create beautiful chopping boards and wall hangers using pyrography techniques. Chris Ewing & Carolina Knight Telephone: 07719 299963 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I depict landscapes, silhouettes and keepsakes through intricate scrollwork. Hand cut from reclaimed and native timbers. I explore what imagery the timber offers up in the grain pattern or contrasts within the wood itself, or […]
Wood turning is a retirement hobby of 6 years. I work at home in my “shed”. I exhibit mostly at local craft fairs but this year I have “branched” out to some bigger events. I […]
Treefest partners Borders Forest Trust will once again be running the Championships which take place on Saturday 20th October, Tweed Green in Peebles. Be ready to sign in at the marquee in the morning with […]
In 2017 the winners were Junior – Maisie Gordon Youth – Jack Craigen Adult – Rosemary Kane Rogue – Ady Hurrell Here are 2017’s winners with their trophies and prize-winning conkers!
2016 Winners Junior: Jamie Bruce Youth: Eleanor Lee Adult: Maurice Hurrell Rogue: Iain Laidlaw Well done everyone, see you next year!
Huge congratulations to our winners of this years Conker Championships. The Junior Champion was Jack Craigen, from East Lothian; Youth Champion was Stuart Head, from Oban; Adult Champion was Steve Whitehorn, from Preston near Duns and our very own Iain […]