The Trafalgar Way, Axminster, Devon. EX13 5SN
01297 302370 - firstname.lastname@example.org
|Monday - Friday||8am - 5.30pm|
|Saturday||9am - 5pm|
|Friday 30th March||Closed|
|Saturday 31st March||9am - 5pm|
|Easter Sunday & Monday||Closed|
|Tuesday 3rd April||8am - 5.30pm|
Our experts can sharpen your plane blades, woodturning gouges, carving chisels...
These workshops offer you the opportunity to see machinery in use and get hands on.
If you're not in a hurry to leave why not take your tea break in store.
Let your tools pay for themselves - we can explain your finance options - find out more
As part of our service parking is free to all customers.
A simple and secure way to pay with your iPhone 6 or Apple Watch.
We welcome hobbyists, professionals and clubs to come along and join in and from time to time we will also have special guests and suppliers in store.
The Axminster Skill Centre offers our customers the opportunity to develop their skills within the diverse range of woodworking, engineering and associated crafts - book a course today...
We have kitted out an area the size of a small garage that any enthusiast would be proud of. We understand that looking at a machine isn't always enough - live workshops offer you the opportunity to see the machines in use and get hands on.
Come to an event and be inspired by our experts and special guests as they give practical demonstrations
Our free events offer a great opportunity to learn a new skill and meet like-minded people. Try the latest tools and machinery - we'll encourage you to get involved. If you need professional advice, our experts are always happy to help.
You can also expect exclusive offers throughout the store so take a look at our calendar and we'll look forward to seeing you!
Join us for the first in our ‘Back To Basics’ series. In March, we have our first in the series with all our stores focusing on Hammers. Our in-store experts will provide a detailed demonstration of all popular hammer styles - describing their unique features and use in a variety of applications. We’ll look at the materials used in the manufacture of heads and handles and consider characteristics such as weight, balance, grip and striking action. Don’t miss this chance to get ‘hands on’ with a wide range of some of the world’s best-known hammer brands - as we go back to basics with these very familiar yet seldom explained hand tools.