Master Wheelwright Phill Gregson

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Wheelwright’s Shop

Welcome to Wheelwright’s Shop, Lancashire.

Welcome to the Wheelwright’s Shop site! This is my attempt to bring Wheelwrighting into a modern age.

Here at Wheelwright’s shop we restore all kinds of wooden wheels, traditional carts, wagons and historic vehicles. We also make bespoke metalwork, mill timber, design and build bespoke joinery pieces for specialised situations.

This could be the place to come for your bespoke project?

Please feel free to browse and don’t hesitate to contact us with any queries.

Phill Gregson,

Master Wheelwright,

Yeoman of the Worshipful Company of Wheelwrights,

2014 Churchill Fellow

Worldwide Wheelwright at Colonial Williamsburg

Worldwide Wheelwright at Colonial Williamsburg

Interested in woodworking? We supply specialist and bespoke timbers from our sawmill in lancashire.

Wheelwright’s shop has been involved in different stages of many projects from re-enactment to art and social projects.

Hooping by noght

Hooping by night

Fit for purpose Wheelwrighting…

It is important to us at Wheelwright’s Shop to ensure the survival of the craft and to ensure the correct skills are passed on.

Many Wheelwrights these days are self taught and have many bad techniques that lead weak wheels. At Wheelwright’s Shop we have a vast wealth of knowledge from our family’s previous generations, small snippets of knowledge that ensure a high quality wheel that is fit for purpose.

Many of the wheels we replace or repair have been attempted before and in some cases made worse. It is important to consider the intended use for a wheel and to ensure that the wheel is fit for that purpose! It is all too easy for people to use cheap, inferior materials to cut cost and improve profitability but woods like pine, shorea and idigbo to name a few, aren’t suitable for working wooden wheels.

There are many reasons why we use oak, ash and elm, it may be at times necessary to replace elm with a more easily obtainable timber but it is important to research the alternatives to find the most suitable replacement.

Here at Wheelwright’s Shop we undertake extensive research into suitable timber supplies and replacement woods.

To find out more visit our travel and research site

Phill in Geogian garb wheelwrighting

Master Wheelright Phill Gregson Working in the Georgian period