Good turn for woodworkers

HAVE A TURN: Gisborne Woodturners Group chairman Ian Summers shows Gisborne Mayoress Ying Foon how to turn wood on the lathe, with group secretary/treasurer Bill Wheeler during the opening of the group’s new clubrooms on Saturday. Pictures by Liam Clayton
Lynne Boulter (committee) listens to Gisborne Woodturners Group head tutor Dennis Mason during the opening of the group’s new clubrooms on Saturday.

NEW clubrooms for Gisborne woodturners' group open on Saturday.



NEW clubrooms for Gisborne woodturners' group open on Saturday.



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