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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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Halloween Hunt
8.11.17

 Back in the day, Eric Williamson, Timberkits Founder, used to make unique designs for private commissions all over the world. See https://www.timberkits.com/about for the fascinating...
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Family fun
20.10.17

We ran a workshop for families building Timberkits to demonstrate how it works with a mix of generations. The whole day was great fun, lots of chat and snacks and cups of tea and everyone...
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Decorating your Timberkits
20.10.17

Our customers have a fantastic time decorating Timberkits and we love to share their results. Please see our gallery and check out the Facebook and Twitter pages for inspiration.  We...
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Giant Timberscenes
11.10.17

I am just about to embark on building a batch of giant Timberscenes; London Cityscape, Medieval Mayhem and Ocean Motion. It's nice to work on a larger scale for a change and these look...
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The Beautiful Band
31.8.17

Our customers' creations never cease to amaze us. Just look at these exquisitely made musicians by Carole Coqueral. It is clear that she really loves the natural wood, they look fantastic.
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Customising your Timberkit
28.7.17

We have been working on a series of “Customising your Timberkit” videos over the coming months starting with Harold the Drummer from Cartoon Violence. If anyone out there wants...
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Student project
30.5.17

Timberkits entered into a collaboration with students from the Department of Design, Manufacture and Engineering Management at Strathclyde University. Their brief was to study the...
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