“Miller’s Of Sedgemoor”
The banner and site name for all my woodworking, wood turning and crafty antics is now coming together: It’s been a long time coming but hopefully I’ve now got some form of organisation and normality so I’m more or less ready to share the delights that emanate from the workshop Im more than ready for some woodworking to begin.
Chance to purchase: I’ll soon be offering my wares for sale on Etsy and my own storefront both of which are secured with SSL Certs and as always no personal information has been nor ever will be forwarded to any organisation and held with me securely on my own servers; newsletter subscribers will get special treats.
The Newsletter: This will only be sent to those who have subscribed i.e. (Given consent to receive it)
I’m a spam hater, just like I’m a junk mail hater, so there’s no way I would expect you to put up with that kind of nonsense; the only e-mail that some of my friends may receive will be a one off invitation to subscribe to the newsletter and inform you of links to the new sites; the option is freely yours to bin or join I’m not about to fill your inbox honest, you will of course be able to subscribe at any time by clicking on the Newsletter link above 😉
Treats on Etsy
I am hoping that you’ll follow me along the journey and maybe treat yourself or friends along the way, should anything take your fancy I will be selling with the intention of funding new materials for new projects and help with site costs: More importantly I would dearly love to pass a percentage on to some chosen charities, if this is successful I will have a dedicated page here which will keep track of any donations made:
Whilst I’m getting organised here please feel free to do any of the following:
Newsletter Subscription Here: All details safe and secure
Visit the Facebook Page Here: If you’ve not please feel free to rate the page if you feel its worth it.
Visit the Esty Store Here: Steadily being stocked; any queries or requests please contact me
A member of AWGB (Association of woodturners of Great Britain) if you fancy trying wood-turning you may want to give them a try? Young or old AWGB have instructors who would be happy to give the opportunity: Learning from each other is always a good thing
(Make like a sponge, soak it up for later).