Workshop Times and Locations

AAHS RESTORATION AND CONSERVATION CLASSES
Every fourth Saturday of the month

Vivian Kenney
40 years experience in all aspects of Horology including making many show piece clocks of international standard

Fergus Forsyth
A scholarship in Horology (West Dean College England -1987) Diploma in Horology - British Antique Dealers Association
 

This workshop is designed to teach students the fundamentals of Clock Restoration and Conservation in a structured step-by-step format whilst teaching the skills required to ensure a sympathetic restoration.

We have three top restorers volunteering their time and skills to take members from beginner to confident restorers of a good standard. Advice on the purchase of home work shop equipment and the skills needed for machining as well as case restoration are included in this course.

 
When Every Fourth Saturday of each month
Where The Pines Seniors Hall
25 Central Road,
Blackburn
(Plenty of easy parking near the hall, railway station near by)
Time10.30am to 4pm
Tea and Coffee are available
ContactPlease use the AAHS Contact Us page for membership enquiries
Cost$5.00 per day (donation only)
 
AAHS WORKSHOP - Open for General repairs/projects clocks/assistance given
Every second Saturday of the month
 

The Pines Seniors Hall venue is available to AAHS members to enable them to have access to the equipment and tools held by the AAHS.

 
When Every Second Saturday of each month
Where The Pines Seniors Hall
25 Central Road,
Blackburn
(Plenty of easy parking near the hall, railway station near by)
Time10.30am to 4pm
Tea and Coffee are available
ContactPlease use the AAHS Contact Us page for membership enquiries
Cost$5.00 per day (donation only)