New woodturning business opens in Exmouth

PUBLISHED: 08:00 30 November 2010

The deputy mayor, Sandy Sutton, together with Neil Rogers cuts the ribbon to Neil's new woodturning business at Belvedere Mews. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref exe 6928-47-10AW

The deputy mayor, Sandy Sutton, together with Neil Rogers cuts the ribbon to Neil's new woodturning business at Belvedere Mews. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref exe 6928-47-10AW

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A CREATIVE-minded Exmouth man is hoping for a bright future in the world of business after launching a new woodturning company in Exmouth.

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Neil Rogers has started a Woodturning business at Belvedere Mews. An official opening ceremony, attended by the deputy mayor, Sandy Sutton, was held last week.

Mr Rogers has more than 18 years turning experience and is know to be one of the Westcountry’s most talent craftsmen in the industry.

He started woodturning at a young age and is one of the founder members of the Woodbury Woodturners – a club which has a 120-strong membership.

For more information about his business, call 01395 225154.

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