Author Archives: Mike Whitaker
Due to a combination of circumstances we’ve had to cancel the SAGA Iron Man day scheduled for July 16. Hopefully we’ll be able to rearrange it for later in the year. Anyone who’s entered via our club payments system will receive a refund shortly.
General consensus at the club seems to be that WAB 1.5 is still the best version of WAB, especially when it’s Age of Arthur/Fall Of The West themed. With this in mind, we’re throwing a WAB 1.5 Day on Sunday November 12, for folks with Age of Arthur/Fall Of The West armies. Player pack to follow, but […]
A gathering of the followers of Lard for a Sunday of gaming on July 23rd 2017. The club will be putting on a battalion-scale game of IABSM, which has space for four or five players a side, if not more – other games may well be available. Check here for more details.
Ok – it’s official. With huge thanks to Richard Keenan from Gripping Beast, we’ll be running a SAGA Iron Man day on Sunday July 16. Entry is £10 – more details on the event page here – scroll down to the bottom to pay for your entry
It is with great sadness we have to record that Nick Hawkins, one of our club members, has passed away suddenly. Nick was an inventive creator of games, working at the time of his death both on the Props and Pilots WW2 air rules, and his delightful Twilight Practice variant on the Sharp Practice rules. […]
At an Emergency General Meeting of the club held on 19 September 2016, it was resolved that the club would not renew its membership of the Gaming Club Network.
Just a heads up that trade and game bookings are now up for this year’s Hereward Wargames show. The signup form and email are on the site att http://www.hereward-wargames.co.uk/
Please congratulate (or commiserate with) Ash, who joins Mike, Carl and Reuben on the committee, replacing Dale. Our thanks to Dale for his help over the past year. We raised £70 for the Battlegames Combat Stresss appeal in a dice off for a copy of Warlord’s Beyond the Games of Antares starter set.
Steve Frisby was a founding member of our club back in the the late eighties. He was a stalwart of our early attempts at running participation games at shows and frequently represented the club in BHGS competitions, where he won many trophies at DBR and Warhammer, including umpiring Warhammer events at Britcon. He won several […]
We have semi-regular games of Too Fat Lardies’ platoon-level WW2 game, “Chain of Command” at the club: on Monday we ran an introductory/refresher game for a few people, British vs Germans with a tank each. The end result was a somewhat bloody draw, with maybe a slight edge to the Germans, who still had one uncommitted […]