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This open day at the Royal Bull’s Head Inn on Sunday 3rd March, you’ll have an opportunity to speak with Brenton Kinnear from Kinnear’s Antiques who is coming along to demonstrate how to restore and retain the unique character of your antique furniture.

Ever been curious on the mystery of French Polishing? Have a project at home which needs some restoration? At the Royal Bull’s Head Inn open day you will have the opportunity to see a practical demonstration with instruction on ‘how to’ in your own workshop or home.

With 34 years experience, Brenton Kinnear of “Kinnear’s Antiques” will have displays of French polishing and will demonstrate how to retain the character of your special furniture piece. You are invited to bring in some small part of your project (if practical), for example a drawer or door. There will be kits available to purchase on the day at discounted prices which will fully equip you to finish the job.

This is a great opportunity to learn how to care for your treasured furniture pieces.
Everyone is welcome to come along to the Royal Bull’s Head Inn, Sunday 3rd March 2019 between 10am and 4pm.  Entry fee’s apply.

To keep up to date on what’s happening at the Royal Bull’s Head Inn, head to our Facebook Page or follow us on Instagram.  Also, if you’re interested in becoming a volunteer, or would like to make a private booking, contact the Trust on [email protected]org or phone Debby on 0490 363 719.

Open Day Details:
Date:                            Sunday 3rd March 2019

Time:                            10am through to 4pm

Entry Fees:                  $5.00 children/concession, $7.00 adults,

                                      $20.00 Family

                                      Free for National Trust Member

Submitted by: 

 

Tina Mundt

Toowoomba Branch of the National Trust of Australia (Queensland)
For further information please contact our Administration Officer

P:+61 (07) 4637 2278   M: 0490 363 719
59 Brisbane Street, Toowoomba, QLD 4350
E: [email protected]org  W: www.nationaltrust.org.au/qld/

To protect, conserve and celebrate Queensland’s environmental, built and cultural heritage.

 Posted on : February 28, 2019

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