The addition of our storage container to the end to the building has now been completed and looks great , the amount of extra space is amazing .
We have closed the Thursday night session for the winter. Thursday nights will start again in September.
A lovely little box.
All cut on only a bandsaw.
The shed will be running a workshop early in 2022 to show how these are made.
Tray for covering table top .all for the Christmas train to run around.
A lovely table of solid oak .
Oxford Medical Centre ruler. This was turned out on our Maslow cnc router . It is to be placed on the wall in the waiting room for measuring the local children ‘s height.
Vic’s Coffin .
Vic Allen past away last week. The family asked if we could make his coffin in the shed ,which we were pleased to help. AIS were very helpful in donating some very good quality pine boards and after a couple of days of hard work we had it finished .
Vic was a founder member of our shed and was also a trustee for that time . He had a lot to do with the organization of the building and set up of the shed
He was also a member of most of the community committees around Oxford such as the Pearson Park Advisory board and the Ohoka /Oxford ward committee over the past 20 odd years he and the family lived in Oxford.
Vic will be missed by us all .
Tuesday Evening Men and Ladies 7pm till 9pm
Wednesday Evening CNC router tuition 7pm till 9pm
Thursday Morning 9am till 1pm
Saturday 9am till 1pm
Welcome to the shed’s new web site.this site will updated regularly and new images added so keep a watchful eye on it.
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Welcome to our new site.this site will be updated regularly and new images added so keep a watchful eye on it
The Shed is back to operating normal sessions ,but with a few changes to comply with the covid rules , you must sign in as you enter the shed , we have both QR codes and manual sheets . you must attempt to keep a 1 meter spacing from other people .
New to the Shed .
The trust has recently updated more equipment so you can make a better job of your projects much easier . this includes ;
Compound mitre saw . with a new table back rail which has a sliding stop block.
new battery powered drills and drill drivers
New battery powered die grinder
New sharpening machine for grinding turning tools ,chisels, plane blades etc .
new straight edge for cutting down of sheet material that caters for up to 2400mm