Welcome to Woodwork Projects!

Some other sites you might find interesting

A site run by young woodworker James Mulvany who is passionate about the craft 
and has been enjoying it for many years. His skills have lead him to write for nationally 
published UK magazine 'New Woodworking'.
A cornucopia of Crafts in the UK, with details of crafters, suppliers, craft guilds, organisations and forthcoming craft events.
Wooden Signs and wooden fire surrounds by Woodcott of Bath.
Click here for a huge range of fantastic hand-made wooden toys like those above.

And finally if you have, or look after, youngsters with an interest in woodworking, I can thoroughly recommend the following pages:
http://www.bedroomfurniturespot.com/woodcraft-for-kids where projects are grouped by their suitability for different age groups and also http://www.alansfactoryoutlet.com/woodworking-resources-for-the-beginning-builder/ where the author provides some useful information for beginners to woodworking as well as links to other useful sites.

There is also an article here about the advantages of pressure treatment for sheds, but the advantages also apply to other outdoor projects.

Other links:

Are you aware of the risks of asbestos?

Before it was realised how dangerous it was, asbestos was used widely in construction. If you have in the past been involved in working with asbestos then you should check out the website at www.asbestos.com . This is an American site with a bias towards litigation but has quite extensive information. In the UK, information can also be found at https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/mesothelioma/. Both sites give advice on mesothelioma, a type of cancer that develops in the lining that covers the outer surface of some of the body's organs and is usually linked to asbestos exposure: often being diagnosed many years after the exposure.

Do you have a lot of sawdust to dispose of? Did you know you can get stoves designed specifically to burn sawdust (and heat your workshop at the same time)?
Have a look at the WorkshopStoves website to see what is available.

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