October 2002
Cabinet Maker;10/25/2002, Issue 5310, p29
Trade Publication
Presents furniture industry-related news items in Great Britain for the week of October 25, 2002. Frank Hudson & Sons' conversion of a felled 300-year-old walnut tree into furniture for tree owners Rosalba and Malcolm Brooks; Presentation of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents Gold Award to kitchen firm Moores Furniture Group; Tips on home safety.


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