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1  Our Web Site / This Forum / Re: Forum Membership Registration on: 21 October, 2011, 19:27
Well, the river of spam started to flow again immediately!
So, I'm afraid that registration for membership will have to be done manually by email.
Our apologies!
William Bunbury
2  Our Web Site / This Forum / Re: Forum Membership Registration on: 21 October, 2011, 19:05
I've reactivated the Forum here again, just to see if there will be another river of spam or not.
3  Our Web Site / This Forum / Forum Membership Registration on: 19 October, 2010, 16:51
Unfortunately, several thousand attempts by spammers to register as members of this forum in recent months (despite the highest security settings possible) have made it neccessary to disable membership applications through the normal method on the forum itself.   

If you would like to become a member, please e-mail us at info@irishwoods.com and we will be very happy to add you as a member manually.

Thank you.

William Bunbury
4  Events / Events, exhibitions and other dates for your calender / Bunbury Boards on show on: 07 August, 2010, 21:34
We have a Bunbury Board stand at the Autumn Fair at the RDS again - come and see us!
5  For Sale & Wanted / Wanted / Re: Looking for hardwood Chips/shavings/sawdust on: 22 September, 2009, 15:40
No problem Ray.
I've e-mailed you back directly about this and look forward to hearing from you.
William
6  Our Web Site / This Forum / MOVED: bog oak on: 27 December, 2007, 16:35
This topic has been moved to Wanted.

http://www.irishwoods.com/forum/index.php?topic=129.0
7  Employment & Work Experience / Positions offered / Re: Assistant Manager for Lisnavagh Timber Project on: 19 September, 2007, 10:46
The position for Assistant Manager at the Timber Project has now been filled. Thank you very much to all who applied.
8  Employment & Work Experience / Positions offered / Assistant Manager for Lisnavagh Timber Project (POSITION FILLED) on: 20 August, 2007, 15:06
I have now posted a description of this vacancy on the web site - see http://www.irishwoods.com/about/070820-Vacancyforassistantmanager.htm

William Bunbury
9  Events / Events, exhibitions and other dates for your calender / KERRY WOODTURNING SEMINAR 2007 on: 26 June, 2007, 23:50
The Kerry Chapter of the Irish Woodturners’ Guild  is holding its third  woodturning seminar on Saturday 14th  July 2007  at Tralee Community College.
Three experienced international woodturners will demonstrate their skills: Reg Sherwin from the U.K., Phil Irons from Australia and Tony Rea from Ireland.
 Each demonstrator will present three one and a half hour sessions covering all aspects of the craft of woodturning.
 Kerry Chapter members will also demonstrate turning and carving .
 The fee for this one day seminar is €70, which includes access to all demonstrations and a three course lunch.
On the following day, Sunday 15th July, Phil Irons will conduct a woodturning Masterclass in Castleisland. The fee for the Masterclass is €45.
For more details and registration forms contact John Murphy – 066 7126901 or
 Sean Hogan – 085 1741429 or e-mail murphysculpt@eircom.net.
10  Employment & Work Experience / Positions offered / Assistant Manager sought at the Lisnavagh Timber Project (POSITION FILLED) on: 23 June, 2007, 10:17
The Lisnavagh Timber Project is seeking applications for the post of a full time Assistant Manager.   

Responsibilities include obtaining logs for milling, handling stock, responding to enquiries and sales.   

The start date is immediate, but we can & will wait for the right person for the job.

Salary depends on experience.  Sales commissions can be included.  We do not expect many applications for this unique position. This salaried position can grow with the business.

This is a good career opportunity for anyone interested in Irish hardwoods and how to use them.

All enquiries are welcome.   

For further details, please email info@irishwoods.com, call +353 59 9161784 or write to William Bunbury, The Lisnavagh Timber Project, Lisnavagh, Rathvilly, Co Carlow.
11  For Sale & Wanted / Wanted / Re: looking for Douglas fir on: 20 April, 2007, 00:47
If anyone has an answer for this forum member, it would be greatly appreciated.
12  Irish Hardwood Timber / Any Other Business / Re: hallo william on: 09 February, 2007, 14:21
Hi Carl
Thanks for your posts.   Those pieces of work look wonderful - well done!  I think you also got some sycamore form us too - have you tried working with that yet?
Best wishes
William
13  The Mentor / The Mentor - Television Series / The Mentor - now on Discovery on: 17 January, 2007, 17:12
For those who are interested, The Mentor is now showing on Discovery Real Time (Channel 250 on Sky).  Wednesdays at 10pm from 10 January 2007. Repeated on Fridays at 6pm and Sundays at 7pm.   

Lisnavagh features in Episode 8 (i.e. end of February 2007)

I understand that this is basically the same programme that went out in October 2005 but with an extra few minutes at the end to bring things up to date a year later.
14  Irish Hardwood Timber / Getting started / Re: Where to buy power tools on: 06 November, 2006, 08:52
Very helpful, Boysie.   Thank you.
15  For Sale & Wanted / Wanted / Re: mahogany planks on: 26 October, 2006, 16:19
"Mahogany" is a phrase used (and frequently misused) to cover timber from a number of different species of timber - many of which are protected species from South America and Africa.   

You should be aware that a significant proportion of the timber from these areas is still felled illegally.  According to http://www.justforests.org/ :   "Ireland's insatiable appetite for tropical timber is contributing to deforestation of African rainforests...60% of all tropical timber entering Ireland is from illegal-logging activities.."   The World Wildlife Fund has been trying to encourage EU governments to take action to reduce imports of illegally felled trees.   The results (see http://www.panda.org/about_wwf/what_we_do/forests/news/index.cfm?uNewsID=66680) are shocking enough, but the Irish government, for some inexplicable reason, refused to particpate!  The other 22 countires in the 2006 survey may have had variable results, but at least they bothered to answer 11 fairly simple questions!!

At Lisnavagh, we only sell sustainable & traceable timber from trees grown in Ireland, and so mahogany is very unlikely to see it's way onto our stock lists.   However, it's not impossible that there is a mahogany tree somewhere in Ireland that might end up here sometime!

You can see from our stock lists (http://www.irishwoods.com/stockroom/index.htm) that we sell timber from several species (including oak, of course!), but if none of these suit you and you still want to go for mahogany then you should contact one of the timber importers in Ireland (e.g. Abbey Woods).

Best wishes
William Bunbury
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