The GROW team have recently been hard at work on an ambitious collection of limited edition lamps. These lamps are being fashioned from a lovely oak balustrade which used to enclose an area in front of the Moderator's chair in the General Assembly Hall of the Church of Scotland in Edinburgh.
This week the GRoW team will complete their most prestigious job to date. For the past three months they have been manufacturing some furniture for the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. Everyone in the team has been involved in the project which has included two lecterns and a table to be used by the Moderator. Most of the solid oak timber came from Tranent Parish Church in East...
Grow have recently been commissioned to make two pairs of platform shoes that will strut the catwalk at Graduate Fashion Week in Earl's Court , London. The unique shoes are made from solid oak and display a Cambodian temple which we have created using our wood burning techniques.
The show in London takes place from the 6th - 9th June.
Greyfriars Recycling of Wood are celebrating the success of their biggest commission to date - with a visit to Holyrood Palace.
Having now completed the lecterns and Moderator's table for the General Assembly our team have been invited to afternoon tea with Lord Wilson of Tillyorn, the Lord High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, on May 26th.
The GRoW (Greyfriars Recycling of Wood) social enterprise that manufactures fine furniture from redundant church pews received a wonderful and exciting commission recently. They have been asked by the Assembly Arrangements Committee to make two new lecterns for use in the Assembly Hall and a new desk and lectern for the Moderator to be used during the sitting of the General Assembly....