Association of Woodturners of Great Britain
A national body to look after the best interests of all woodturners, including hobbyists, professionals, and tool suppliers. Includes details of membership and events, their branch network, and a directory of links.
Small woodturning club with members passing on their expertise to anyone interested in woodturning.
British Woodturners Association
Representing the British wood turning industry. Offers a membership directory, gallery of work and details of the history of wood turning.
Encourages communication and an exchange of views amongst woodturners with a wide range of experience.
Caters for all abilities and levels of woodturning, and provides a friendly and encouraging atmosphere in which to learn and develop.
Cannock Chase Turners
Group of enthusiastic and some experienced woodturners who meet on the second Wednesday of every month and at most meetings, enjoy the ideas and suggestions made by a visiting demonstrator.
Cheam Woodturners Association
Program of an association which was created to promote the art and craft of woodturning. Reviews, galleries, and forums.
Cheshire & North Wales Woodturners Association
Formed in 1987 in response to the needs of local woodturners, to bring them together in order to share their interest in turning, to exchange ideas, techniques and generally to share in the appreciation of other turners work.
Cheshire Guild of Woodturners
Group of woodturners, from beginners to professionals, who get together to share their experiences, expand their skills and increase their knowledge.
Branch with demonstrations from both club members and visiting turners and also have hands on evenings to help members try different techniques.
Didcot & District Woodturners Club
An informal club with monthly meetings in Harwell village hall, Didcot, Oxfordshire. Provides help, support and companionship of fellow woodturners.
East Herts Woodturning Association
Varied programme of activities including demonstrations by members and guest professionals, visits by traders and tool suppliers and varied lectures on turning related topics.
Forest of Dean Woodturners
Open to all ages and skill levels so whether just starting out in woodturning, more experienced or just interested in finding out more.
High Peak Woodturners
Showcases the regular meetings, activities and workshops held by this group of woodturning enthusiasts.
Highland Woodturners' Club
Promotes the art and craft of woodturning in the Scottish Highlands; provides their diary of events and meetings, galleries of members' work, and an items for sale/wanted feature.
Huddersfield & District Woodturners
Have two meetings each month one with a demonstrator, and a "hands on" night, with activities targeted at both beginners and more experienced turners.
Martock and District Woodturners
Holds a monthly club night with woodturning demonstrations and other related talks or demonstrations such as French Polishing and Marquetry.
Mid Wales Woodturners
A branch of the Association of Woodturners of Great Britain, founded in 1999 and meet eleven times a year.
North Cornwall Woodturners
Affiliated Branch of the Association of Woodturners of Great Britain. Includes a profile of the club and gallery of work.
Small club which offers a friendly meeting place for all like minded woodturners of all abilities and experience.
Club that aims to further the art and craft of woodturning and the mutual encouragement and support of its members.
Outer Turning Circle
Small group of wood turners with experience ranging from 2 to 20 years and welcome new members of all levels. third.
Aims to encourage an enjoyment of the process of woodturning which promotes increasing skill and design awareness.
Red Rose Woodturning Club
Fosters interest in woodturning and helps members improve their skill; provides their diary of meetings, events, and workshops, with a gallery and contacts. Bilsborrow, near Preston.
The Register of Professional Turners
Maintains a listing of turners who offer a professional service to the public; includes details of turners who also offer tuition and demonstrations.
Aim of the club is to further the interests of Woodturners and woodturning in general, in a friendly and social environment.
Sheffield Woodturning Club
A group of enthusiasts for woodturning, of all abilities from beginner to expert. Includes their programme, events diary, gallery, and location.
Somerset Woodturners Club
Club exists to promote interest in woodturning in the Somerset area, as a hobby, a craft or occupation.
Suffolk Mid-Coastal Woodturners
Provides the opportunity for people with wood craft interests and skills to meet and benefit from contact with other people with similar interests.
Taywood Woodturning Club
A group of enthusiastic wood turners; includes their meetings programme, galleries of members' work, and contacts.
Test Valley Turners
Founded in 1993 with the objective of promoting the art and craft of woodturning and providing a forum for woodturners to meet and exchange information.
Torbay Woodturners Club
Involves members, particularly the less experienced, in hands-on demonstrations and encourages as many members as possible to submit work for the Monthly Challenge Competition.
Trafford Woodcraft Club
Club members work on their individual projects, drawing on each others experience and skills if needed.
Tudor Rose Woodturners
Branch of the AWGB and has the intention to promote excellence in woodturning in a friendly atmosphere.
The Village Turners
A Peterborough club formed by people with an interest in woodturning. View meeting details and members images plus articles and newsletters.
West Midlands Woodturners
Made up of members from a wide range of occupations and professions, with a range of expertise, from the non-turner to the professional turner.
West Pennine Woodturners
A Lancashire club provides details of membership, meetings programme, competitions, and a listing of local craft fairs and markets.
Organisation and workshop is open to all but is targeted to provide a knowledge base for the disabled, wheelchair users and those less than able as well as the able bodied.
Woodbury Woodturners Club
An active club displays the work of the members, and their activities. Includes background information and events.
The Woodturning Club
A community based club, specialising in woodturning for the advancement of social and hobby based skills.
The Worshipful Company of Turners
One of the Livery Companies of the City of London, formed to promote the art and craft of turning; provides a guide to their activities, membership, history, and background on woodturning.