Tuesday, 10 December 2013
National Trust Centre, Annie Wyatt Room
Observatory Hill, The Rocks
Open at 7:00pm, commencing at 7:30pm
For more information see our Coming Events page, and to make enquires or sign up, please contact the Event Co-ordinator.
Want to write for TTTG?
The editor is looking for articles of historic interest, interesting discoveries, techniques, or stories of personal experience. Ideally, articles will have a theme from the trades, but any stories from mining, coffin makers, cobblers, renovations, archaeology digs, etc would be much appreciated.
For any article submitted, send them to the Editor or Webmaster in plain text form (in notepad for instance) and send any photos or pictures in jpeg format.
Although other formats, such as Microsoft Word, can be submitted, the editor and webmaster convert them to text format and re-format them for the newsletter or the web page. For photographs, other formats, such as png, gif, tif, pdf, etc. can be sent, however, the editor and webmaster convert them to jpeg format and sometimes the picture can become distorted. So it would be appreciated any submissions are in plain text format and photographs are in jpeg.
Need to dispose, sell or donate tools that you don't know what to do with? TTTG can help!
If you want them sold, TTTG will take a 20% commission on the price realised. For disposal or donations, TTTG will accept them, however under the condition that TTTG reserves the right to sell the tools for the club's benefit or tools that can be included in the TTTG tool collection.
Tools selected for the collection are generally historically relevant, may have documentation (such as notes from the original owner), are in a condition that complements the rest of the collection, or has parts that can be used to repair other tools in the collection.
Tools in the collection are usually displayed at events attended by TTTG where the theme of the event complements the collection on display.
VALUATIONS - TTTG will not offer tool valuations under any circumstances.
Due to the high demand of the public using this service, TTTG will only offer the service to members of TTTG.
If you wish to become a member of TTTG see our Membership page for information on how to join online.
Membership Renewals and Joining Online
TTTG accepts new memberships and renewal payments online using PayPal .
See our Membership Page for more information.