Best bet is a local woodturning club. It would be worth joining anyway if you are interested in woodturning. It is a great fountain of knowledge and many like minded people.Hi all.
My father passed away around 7 years ago and I used his lathe a few times but not long later, as I had no space for it, I had to put the lathe and many other tools in storage.
I've recently started renting a workshop space and been able to use the lathe a couple of times, however most of the chisels are in serious need of some sharpening.
There are quite a few, around 30 I think, some quite old that he inherited from HIS father, others from other turners. As there are so many, and I'd used and mis-sharpened a few in the past, I owe it to my dad and would really like to find someone to give them all a proper go around.
I'm based in London but don't mind sending or driving somewhere to have them looked at. Could anyone recommend someone who would sharpen around 20-30 turning chisels?