Woolavington wood designer joins online boutique

Bridgwater Mercury: Woolavington wood designer joins online boutique Woolavington wood designer joins online boutique

A WOODTURNER from Woolavington has been signed up by an online boutique showcasing the best of Westcountry- products.

Colin Stroud is displaying his items on the Bridgwater-based Elsie & Fleur website.

He said: “It's a great opportunity and I think the idea of bringing Westcountry crafters together is brilliant.”

To see his designs visit www.elsieandfleur.co.uk

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11:14am Thu 27 Feb 14

twinkles says...

And what image depicts this story best? A closeup of a computer keyboard, of course!

A grubby one at that.
And what image depicts this story best? A closeup of a computer keyboard, of course! A grubby one at that. twinkles

10:19pm Thu 27 Feb 14

Baldbloke says...

twinkles wrote:
And what image depicts this story best? A closeup of a computer keyboard, of course!

A grubby one at that.
Can't expect much else can we?

I wouldn't have been surprised to see "Monk Sleaze Cycle" elsewhere on this site :-D

BM must be paying peanuts to their journalists...
[quote][p][bold]twinkles[/bold] wrote: And what image depicts this story best? A closeup of a computer keyboard, of course! A grubby one at that.[/p][/quote]Can't expect much else can we? I wouldn't have been surprised to see "Monk Sleaze Cycle" elsewhere on this site :-D BM must be paying peanuts to their journalists... Baldbloke

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