It’s been a great venue that has enabled me to expand and given me the space to experiment, learn and be creative about wood and surfboards. Plus it has been perfect for running wood surfboard building courses, of which I have held two and have more scheduled for the rest of the year.
I’ve got an open door policy to my workshop. If you’re interested in wood surfboards and how they are built, feel free to drop in and see my boards and have a chat. Drive past the farm stall, take a right through the gate towards the Waldorff School, then your first left following the signs that say ‘Green Space’. To your right is the house that I work from.
Pictured here is the front room of the workshop and three recently produced boards – an 11′ longboard, an 11′ gun and a 6′.4″ fish built by a participant on the June course. Many thanks to Tony Butt for these pictures.