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Chris Dowding is holding a workshop closing down sale on Saturday 5th March, from 10.00am — 2.00pm, at his former cabinet maker's workshop on Aston Road, HP17 8AF. Longer term residents may know this as the late Roger Newton's place.

Chris is now retired and planning permission is being sought to build a house on the site of the workshop (although the barn is a listed building and so will remain).

The workshop Sale items include:

  • soft and hardwood off-cuts
  • planks, boards
  • sheet materials including ply and plain and veneered MDF
  • spindles
  • ironmongery and fittings
  • G-cramps
  • sash cramps
  • bench vices
  • firewood and kindling
  • and much more!

Contact Chris for more information. Tel: 07799 753087 Email: chris@chrisdowding.com

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