Our long-standing business, run by the eponymous Alan Woodall, is situated right in the heart of the Black Country. We have carved a niche for ourselves as one of the finest, and imaginative, companies to fully exploit the capabilities of modern materials. These include: fibreglass (GRP), carbon fibre and others. Our work is of particular interest to: architects, builders, interior and exterior designers, new project designers and TV and advertising companies who require sets, props, 3D logos/signs etc.

We have also worked closely with local councils and English Heritage for interior restoration of listed buildings, one off projects (with a standard range of over one hundred cornice, moulds, fifty ceiling centrepieces, dadoes, niches, fire surrounds, olde world beams etc.). We are also skilled in exterior renovation using G.R.P. to create classical columns, pilasters and door-canopies. We undertake anything in fibrous plaster. Person to contact Paul Harris - Plaster of Harris telephone or fax: 0797 1587689 twenty-four hours a day.

If you want us to make moulds to your specifications for short production runs it’s no problem, and you might be surprised at our prices. If you have any enquiries please don’t hesitate to contact us using the details below.

Alan Woodall Crafts, Unit 15 Foxoak Enterprise Estate, 94 Foxoak Street, Cradley Heath, West Midlands, B64 5DP. Telephone: (0792) 9573408

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Carbon-fibre car parts

Hand crafted car parts made in durable carbon-fibre

Reproduction of a 1950's television made in G.R.P. with marble effect

One of the best looking televisions ever made completely ahead of its time, totally re-patterned giving it a space age millennium look. Perfect for security monitors or menu lists.

Glass reinforced resin columns

Click on the image to the left to see our range of decorative columns.

Decorative GRP urns

Large, ornate glass reinforced resin urns.

Entrance door canopies

Highly attractive GRP canopies.

AWC HARDCASE Fibreglass Body-shell for the HPI Baja 5T

Our first 1/5 scale fibreglass shell

Cornice mouldings

Reproduction of existing cornice mouldings.

Decorative Wall-tops

The photo to the left shows the Police Centre at Rose Road in Birmingham, after we had fitted replacement wall-tops. The original tops of the brick columns were crumbling, so we had to make new patterns and moulds. The finished mouldings were then constructed in lightweight, but strong, glass-reinforced resin.

The Buttub cigarette stub & ash bin

The practical & stylish way to dispose of cigarette butts. Click on the image to the left for more information.

Policeman 3D optical illusion

One of the best illusions you will ever see.

Restoration work

Preservation of existing Plasterwork or listed buildings. Working closely with local councils and English Heritage we have preserved many mouldings and complete 400 year old ceilings.

Exterior GRP window sills quoin boxes and top balustrade

Replacement mouldings in GRP.

AWC HARDCASE Fibreglass Body-shells for the HPI Savage

Gorgeous, durable shells for the toughest RC truck on the market

GRP Busts

Busts of Apollo & Artemis, the children of Zeus. Available with round or blocked base in four different finishes combined with Plinth or Column.

Three-dimensional signs and other one off projects.

Six foot G.R.P. Eye Bolt Manufactured from customers drawings and specifications. This is just an example of the kind of object we are capable of creating for your advertising needs.

Making moulds from customer supplied pattern without damaging it.

The example to the left shows an Airbus A340 model aeroplane in G.R.P.

Carbon-Fibre Guitar Prototype

Prototype Carbon-Fibre Classical body steel-strung acoustic guitar fitted with E.Q. pick up fitted under bridge. Jaw dropping looks, sounds great recorded and on stage.


Alan Woodall Crafts, Unit 15 Foxoak Enterprise Estate, 94 Foxoak Street, Cradley Heath, West Midlands, B64 5DP. Telephone: (0792) 9573408

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