Woodturning club in Bury St Edmunds carves festive decorations for charity

Bury St Edmunds Woodturning Club have carved traditional decorations for christmas tress to be sold in St Johns Street EACH charity shop, founder members Ron davis, Mick Heslop and Vic Turner with shop manager Stuart Basten and volunteer Trudie Spearman.'Picture Mark Westley ANL-151111-192136009
Bury St Edmunds Woodturning Club have carved traditional decorations for christmas tress to be sold in St Johns Street EACH charity shop, founder members Ron davis, Mick Heslop and Vic Turner with shop manager Stuart Basten and volunteer Trudie Spearman.'Picture Mark Westley ANL-151111-192136009
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Members of the Bury St Edmunds Woodturning Club have carved about 100 traditional wooden Christmas decorations to raise funds for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices.

The festive items will be sold from the charity’s shop, in St John’s Street. The club meets monthly at DJ Evans Ltd, in St Botolphs Lane and has about 40 members.

Shop manager Stuart Basten said he was ‘confident’ the decorations will be popular with customers.