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Star Accordion Player
4.6.18

Sam Cullen, Press Secretary for the London Accordion Orchestra was given the Accordion Player kit as a present. He spent last week on accordion course in Devon with lots of friends from the...
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Demon Dentist on its way
16.3.18

The long awaited Demon Dentist is on its way, we promise. We are now doing the instructions for building which involves a painstaking process of photographing every component and...
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Digging my way to work!
2.3.18

Here is the front door of our business premises today. It was ‘Bring a Shovel to Work Day’! We are trying our best to get orders out but there may be some delays for which we can only...
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More news from China
17.1.18

Timberkits are very international these days, here we are in Hamleys, Nanjing, China, looking good and flying the flag for Brittish innovation. Sarah is currently over there meeting...
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News from China
17.1.18

News from China - Timberkits are working with a company in China specialising in creative educational resources. There is a big government initiative to revolutionise early years learning...
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Merry Christmas
22.12.17

Timberkits office will be closed  from 24th December until the 2nd of January. Happy Timberkitting All! We will be available for construction advice and spare part posting as usual in...
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Santa!
11.12.17

Another lovely bit of seasonal Timberkits history, this is Santa at his workbench, a one-off commission by Eric Williamson and a variant on the classic Carpenter design, Unfortunately, as...
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Goldie Oldie
11.12.17

Here is another goldie oldie. The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party was made for the York Automata Museum in about 1987 I think. The beauty of it was that all the mechanisms under the table were...
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Mad Museum
8.11.17

“I have been to visit the aptly named Mad Museum in Stratford Upon Avon. What a fantastically crazily wonderful place! An essential visit if you are in the area. Much tea was drunk, notes...
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