Learn traditional green woodworking skills in a peaceful Cornish setting
If your idea of a great weekend involves getting away from it all, eating great food and learning a traditional skill in an idyllic Cornish setting, a Turning Hare Woodcraft course could be just right for you. Courses also make great gifts that really do last a lifetime!
***Dates for 2020 being sorted - in the meantime GIFT VOUCHERS available that are valid for any dates. We’ll be running a course each month from April to October. Please email us if you want to get on the list and be notified when the dates are finalised. Thank you.***
Steve and Bob are neighbours who set up Turning Hare Woodcraft in order to share their passion for green woodworking. With over 20 years experience of teaching woodwork and a breadth of knowledge on green woodworking techniques, Steve is relaxed, calm and patient, and ensures that you’ll have an informative and enjoyable course, whatever your standard. Steve will be ably assisted by Bob, who as a greenwood enthusiast has a flair for creating rustic furniture.
At Turning Hare, we stick to traditional methods and avoid power tools. If someone is struggling with a traditional tool (hand drills for cutting holes for your tenons can sometimes be tricky), we have power tools as a back up (although we’ve never needed to use them); wherever possible we want you to enjoy the experience of making a totally hand-crafted piece. We keep our group sizes small (no more than 6 people) so we’ll ensure you have all the personal tuition you need.
Make a greenwood stool
Spend time in a peaceful corner of North Cornwall, learning how to craft in traditional woodworking ways. Take home a piece of beautiful furniture - made entirely by hand - your hands!
About green woodworking
Green woodworking techniques have been around for centuries, and old ways are better than new when it comes to peaceful, satisfying woodcraft.
Who would have thought that a whacking great log could soon become a simple, beautiful spoon?