Saturday 19 September
and Sunday 20 September 2020
£140.00 per person for the two-day course. Tea and Coffee will be provided. Bring your own picnic lunch. Gates open at 9.30am for a 10.00am start, finishing at 5.00pm.
This Study day is held in the Mansion in the Ground Floor South Room. Suitable for wheelchair access. Wheelchair users wishing to attend however should contact Alan Cox 07799 473108, to allow the organisers to make appropriate arrangements and to check about any changes to the event location.
During this practical two-day course you will learn the techniques essential for repairing and re-finishing antique furniture. Bring your own furniture to work on. You will discover what you can and should not do to preserve it in an attractive and functional condition. If you do not complete the restoration during the course, you will know how to do so and for a limited period further advice will be available by phone should you need it. Materials and some tools will be provided although it is advisable to bring any that you have or can borrow. There will be instructions on how to use, adjust and sharpen woodworking tools. Your tutor, Michael Goater, is an experienced restorer and lecturer and is an accredited member and former chairman of the British Antique Furniture Restorers’ Association.
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