Anthony Hammond’s willow craft

Many of us will know Anthony Hammond from his regular appearances at the Draycott Summer Fayre, where he puts on displays of carving.  He creates wood-sculptures with a chainsaw!
Anthony is a local lad, raised in Cresswell – where his mum and dad still live.

He does a lot of workshops too as well as his carving, but usually he travels far and wide to put them on.  Now, for once, he is doing a couple locally.
They are for children, later this month, and can be booked right now.

Anthony Hammond

Anthony carved this owl at the Summer Fayre

Willow craft

As well as doing wood-carving, Anthony specialises in willow craft, so it’s a real treat to be able to learn something from him.

The willow-craft sessions with Anthony take place on Tuesday 29th October (9:30-12:30) and  Thursday 31st October (9:30-12:30) – right in the middle of half-term.
He’s holding them at Blythe Bridge Library as part of the so-called ‘Hub Club’ there.  They will cost £3 per person.
The Hub Club usually caters for children 6-12 years old, but parents (and grandparents and guardians) can attend these sessions too.

Booking is essential, so phone the library on 296401 to reserve places.

If you want to se more of Anthony’s work and activities, just have a look at his website.
If you want to see more of what’s happening at Blythe Bridge Library, click here for their autumn timetable.

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