Furniture Journal

Welcome to Furniture Journal, the market-leading bi-monthly reference magazine for the British furniture industry professional. First published in 1993, Furniture Journal provides furniture manufacturers, cabinet-makers and furniture component manufacturers with valuable information on new sources of supply from the machinery, décors, materials, hardware and components sectors.

Are you looking for CNC machining centres, saws, routers, edgebanders and other woodworking machinery, tooling, dust extraction or handling equipment? Do you need a new supplier of decorative surfaces, materials and components, doors, panels, hinges or slides? Do you want to know about the latest products on show at international exhibitions around Europe? Furniture Journal is the magazine you need.

For suppliers to the manufacturing sector, Furniture Journal provides a direct route to the most concentrated and carefully-researched database of key buyers in the UK. That’s why each issue is crammed with big name advertisers and specialist suppliers from around the world. They know there is no better way to reach the UK market. They know they can trust Furniture Journal’s experience, reputation for quality, market knowledge and contacts to help them succeed in the UK. And they know the quality of Furniture Journal’s presentation will do justice to their products and services.

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Help For Heroes Raises Over £1,200 At The W Exhibition & Elements

October 19, 2018

The W Exhibition and Elements official charity partner, Help for Heroes, has raised £1,217 at this year’s leading woodworking machinery and materials show and dedicated furniture components show. The charity, which offers support to those who have suffered life-changing injuries and illnesses whilst serving our country, teamed up with the four-day event for a second time to promote awareness for its #TheForceForGood campaign and to raise money for its much needed woodworking shops and recovery centres.

Dean Williams, Central England Area Fundraising Manager for Help for Heroes says, “I’d like to thank everyone for the immense support they gave us during the W Exhibition and Elements. The support received from the event organisers, exhibitors and visitors was overwhelming and together we raised £1,217 in donations. This is thanks to bucket collections and donations from our amazing Band of Brother craftsmen, sales of desk tidies and tool boxes plus raffles at the show. We’ve also had a huge amount of support for our Phoenix House woodshed and we’ve received offers of new tools, equipment and financial support. A special mention should also be given to Axminster Tools & Machinery for their loan of tools and lathes; Didac Training College and Trend for making and selling desk tidies and toolboxes on behalf of Help for Heroes plus Masterwood UK for raffling off a giant dinosaur at the show.”

Dean continues, “When we talk about a ‘force for good’ this is what we mean. Everyone really pulled out all the stops to ensure Help for Heroes were extremely well represented. It really made our recovery team stand out and attracted visitors.”

Lisa Campagnola, Event Director for the W Exhibition and Elements adds, “It has been a great honour to have Help for Heroes as our official charity for a second consecutive show. It’s been a privilege to meet some of the people whose hard work and dedication has made this happen and to promote the amazing success stories that have come from the charity’s wood workshops and recover centres. To raise over £1,200 over four days has been a great achievement and we’re pleased to hear that more companies exhibiting and visiting the W Exhibition and Elements have now stepped forward to help the charity raise money in the future. A big thank you to all that took part.”

The W Exhibition and Elements 2020 will be taking place from 27th – 30th September at the NEC, Birmingham. For more information please visit

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