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Bill Starling31/03/2014 10:38:52
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Members in the Norfolk/Suffolk area may be interested in a talk and demonstration of small scale foundry work by Noel Shelley at the Forncett Steam Museum (NR16 1JJ) on Sunday 15th June.

If you saw the TV series 'Made in Britain', featuring Fred Dibnah, you may remember the brass plate bearing the series title which appeared in the opening sequence. This was made by Noel using the home made furnace which he will be demonstrating, after he has described the how and why of his methods.
The talk will start at 2.00 pm to be followed, after a break for refreshments, with the demonstration. Finally there will be the option of a guided tour of the museum (not in steam).

There will be a charge of £10.00 for the event – payable on the day – to raise funds for the museum.

It would be a help – but not essential - if you could let me know if you are coming

Please PM me if you'd like any more details.



Bill Starling04/06/2014 16:34:49
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Reminder: the talk and demonstration of making small brass castings - see 'Smoke rings' in the current edition of ME and under 'Events' - is on Sunday week, 15th. Still room for a few more to join us.


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