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Hot off the press, GW329 has something for every woodworker to enjoy. Also the star of this month’s front cover, Shaun Newman’s rocking horse restoration sees him rejuvenating a 1950s classic; Phil Davy shares a nice and easy shooting board design that will certainly prove useful in the future; and Geoff Gray shows us how he adapted an existing design for a fall front wooden toolbox. In techniques, we bring you the last of Dave Roberts’ ‘What the Dickens’ series; Peter Bishop takes an overview of wood’s uses over time, as well as offering a peek at the future; John Bullar looks at building tables and considers both the top itself and its supporting legs, as well as how they are joined together; and we have two exclusive ‘how-to’ guides courtesy of Trend, which takes you through the steps for using the Trend Adjustable Trade Lock Jig as well as the fitting of a multipoint security lock strip. In ‘people & places’, Edward Hopkins demonstrates the maximum anxiety method of making a linenfold panel; Jonathan Walter and Lakshmi Bhaskaran of Bark Furniture show us a stunning piece from their Acorn Collection, which aims to capture its own piece of ‘50s Americana; David Moody shares his observations of ancient Egyptian woodworking at the British Museum; and in ‘end-grain’, we ponder the passing on of woodworking knowledge to future generations. In ‘kit & tools’, Phil Davy takes a look at the stunning new Veritas mitre plane, which performs fantastically on meaty end-grain and features precise adjustments, and we also put the Triton TWSS10 250mm wetstone grinder through it. In addition, we have another fantastic competition from Dickies Workwear, which gives 10 readers the chance to win a pair of their brand-new Liberty safety boots, and you can also find all your usual favourite pages, including news and courses, letters and makers, as well as seeing what we have in store for you next month. All this and much more in GW329!

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