Proprietors of the Ullapool? Woodturning Centre ,pictured above, Alec and Rosie enjoying a quiet moment in the garden.

Mr Alexander Mutch (Alec).

 

Mrs Rosemary Mutch (Rosie).

 

We are known as A & R Mutch (Woodcrafts).

Customer comments.

 

15/09/2020

 

Just a note to say thank you very much for? all your help and advise on woodturning. Also your excellent tuition which has been a great help to me.

Hope to see you again when we are next in your area.

 

Regards,

 

Billy & Olive Kemp

School House

Rousay,

Orkney.

KW17 2PT.

 

Below, Book Ends in Elm

By Alec Mutch.

The business was first setup in 1991 in Easter Ross, as mainly a finished product shop. It quickly became apparent that there was a need for a supplies outlet and also tuition for wood turners, this we took on board. After a move in 1994 we re-established our business in the present location to very good effect.

Alec is the main craftsman working on site. Rosie is the front of house person, dealing with all customers. We also use the talents of several other local woodworkers, whom supply a variety of hand made artefacts.

The supplies side of our business is gradually on the increase in both variety and quantity.
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Above, view of Sgurr Mor? taken in the late evening, mid summer.

 

Below, same view taken in mid winter early morning.

Our property as it was when first seen prior? to purchase in the Autumn of 1993.

The same property after considerable renovations had been done. This picture was taken the day we opened to the public in early May of 1995.

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Candle lamp in Lime with

Ebony inlays

By Alec Mutch.

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Natural edged Burr Elm bowl

By Jim Stephen.

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About Us

ULLAPOOL WOODTURNING CENTRE.

This is where we live, Strathmore, in the foreground is the River Broom created by the confluence of the Abhainn Cuileig and the Abhainn Droma.We are the buildings on the far right of the picture about half way down, in the area known as Lael. In the distance can be seen? Loch Broom, Ullapool is some 7 miles further west. (Abhainn, pronounced Avin, means river in Gaelic).

Above, Lael Forest Garden, opposite our road end, this arboretum contains trees from all over the world. Open to the public all year, and free.? _____________________________

Left, A view of the Falls of Measach, which is part of the Corrieshalloch Gorge 2 miles south of our property, open to the public all year, ticket machine.

Left, ariel view of our property.

This web site has been built and is being maintained by Alec Mutch for the Ullapool Woodturning Centre,

With acknowledgments to Allan Fraser Ullapool, and Rachel Lambert Lybster, both of whom contributed some

Of the artworks, graphics and pictures. Also to the numerous customers who contributed the customers comments,

along with their photographs that are included in our Customers Photographs page.

Finally a very special thanks to Angus of M.B.M. in Dingwall, for all his technical support and expertise.
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