ToolPost, the specialists in top quality equipment and tools for woodturners, carvers and woodworkers, is once again throwing
open its doors to the public at the annual ToolPost Open House on Friday June 26th and Saturday June 27th
2009. The free event will be held at the ToolPost shop in Didcot in South Oxfordshire and will feature woodturning
demonstrations from some of the finest woodturners in the country. ToolPost.co.uk, the company's comprehensive online resource, has full access details of how to get to this
fascinating event, as well as a wealth of information, guides and products to purchase for the art and craft of woodturning, carving and woodworking.
Following the success of previous years' Open Days,
this year's event boasts even more free attractions. Admission is free of charge (opening times on both days are 10h00 to 17h00), as is parking and refreshments, and visitors can enjoy a variety of free demonstrations
of woodturning by respected craftsmen Stuart Mortimer, Les Thorne and Nick Agar, among others. In addition to showcasing the fine craft of woodturning, there will also be the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful art of
pyrography and other carving and product presentations.
Peter Hemsley, the proprietor of ToolPost and aficionado of woodturning, carving and fine woodworking, will be on hand with other members of the
ToolPost team to offer helpful advice, present the full range of ToolPost products, and discuss the world of woodturning, woodworking and carving with fellow professionals and enthusiasts. Visitors will also be able to
ask questions of a team of visiting experts from Henry Taylor/Hamlet Tools; Chestnut Products; Tormek; Kreg (pocket hole jointing systems); Leigh (dovetail jigs); General Finishes; Scheppach (NMA) and veneering
specialist Les Marles. Before heading home, Open Day attendees can further their inspiration by browsing around the widest range of wood turning tools
in the world in the ToolPost shop, including the new addition of the OneWay range of equipment, all the way from Canada.
Find out more details of this unmissable event which comes around but once a year at www.toolpost.co.uk. The website is one of the leading online resources in the UK for wood turning tools, wood turning lathes, chucks and accessories, as well as wood carving tools
and equipment for a variety of specialist wood-based arts and crafts.