|Date:||Friday 17th November 2017 7:30pm - 10:00pm|
|Venue:||The Trafalgar Tavern|
27 Park Row
The fifteen have all used wood from Royal Greenwich Park to create beautiful pieces of woodturning which will be sold off at auction to raise funds for the charity.
Many of the top turners will be familiar names including Jason Breach (Axminster Skill Centre tutor), Nick Agar (regular guest tutor at Axminster Skill Centre) and Mark Baker (editor of Woodturning magazine).
Viewings and auction
Viewings of the pieces to be auctioned will take place at:
The Greenwich Gallery, Peyton Place, London SE10 8RS
On: Monday 30 October to Tuesday 7 November (weekdays 9.30am-5.30pm, weekends 1-5pm).
The Trafalgar Tavern, 27 Park Row, Greenwich SE10 9NW
On: Friday 17 November (2-6pm).
The auction itself will be held at The Trafalgar Tavern on Friday 17 November from 7.30pm. More than 40 pieces of work will be put up for sale. You can also bid for items online by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks go to Frank Dowling of The Trafalgar Tavern for hosting both a viewing and the auction. In addition, Royal Greenwich Park Management have given a great deal of support to the project, with particular thanks to Grahame Dear and Michael Loughnane. Furthermore, both the Association of Woodturners and The Worshipful Company of Turners are supporting Turning Against Torture.
For more information about the event and the turners taking part, please visit the event’s website.
An exhibition of photographs of Royal Greenwich Park trees by Vivien Davies will also accompany the event.