Wood Market Exhibitors

Festival Exhibitors

The Four Crows

Bushcraft and Primitive Living Skills Be intrigued and inspired by the skills of Stuart Fish (which you too could learn!) Telephone:       07456 952181 Email:              thefourcrows@gmail.com

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Thistle Woodcraft

Handcrafted pens, clocks and boxes. Derek Thomson, 75 Bavelaw Road, Balerno EH14 7GB Telephone:       0131 449 9647 / 07847 665655 Email:              thistlewoodcraft@gmail.com Website:           www.thistlewoodcraft.com

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Treeshape Sawmill

A professional firm which specialises in all aspects of tree work and tree surgery.  Promoting their new Woodmizer WM1000 – first and only one in Scotland, it can cut timber up to 1.7 metres wide. […]

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Wee Toon Carver

Wood carvings of wood spirits made from driftwood, Scottish hardwoods and reclaimed whiskey staves. John Brown, West Garvoirne, Roading, Campeltown, PA28 6LU Telephone 01586 554 126 Email: jaf.broons@btinternet.com Website: www.weetooncarver.com

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Wood Yew Believe It

A self taught woodworker who creates hand-made jewllery boxes, mirrors and other gifts made of wood. Andrew Rennie, Westgate Cottage, Lanark Telephone:       01555 666206  

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Woodland Frames

Ian Graham creates a diverse range of woodcraft products for the home, using sustainably harvested UK hardwoods. Telephone:       07762 203576 Email:              iangraham737@gmail.com  

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Woodland Treasures

Wooden jewellery, combs and carvings. Geoff & Fiona King, Lower Arboll Croft, Inver, Tain IV20 1SP Telephone: 01862 871639 Email:  info@woodlandtreasures.co.uk Web:  www.woodlandtreasures.co.uk

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Woodlore

Stuart Dalgleish, Woodlore, Woodbine Cottage, Wilton Dean, Hawick, TD9 7HY Telephone:       01450 373944 Email:               wood_lore@btinternet.com Website:           www.facebook.com/woodlore.sd

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Wooplaw Community Woodland

Britain’s first Community Woodland which has already celebrated 25 years as the first “community woodland movement” in Britain. If you are connected with woodland, have been part of land purchase, social enterprise, community land ownership […]

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