Sunday November 27 saw a selection of club members make the trip to Bristol to put on a couple of demonstration games of Force on Force Ambush Alley. Photos of the games can be found on Flickr.
Hope to see some of you there.
As 2017 draws to a close, it’s time to look ahead to next year and the games for the coming twelve months.
Here is what has been proposed so far:
|January||28mm ACW “Campbell’s Station”|
|February||15mm DBA||28mm WWII ?|
|March||28mm Colonial (Zulus)|
|April||Napoleonic Naval||28mm Vietnam|
|June||Mission Command (15mm WWII)|
|September||28mm Colonial (Zulus)|
|October||Bolt Action (28mm WWII)|
|November||Mission Command (15mm WWII)|
As you can see there are plenty of blank spaces, so if you would like to offer up a game, please contact Pete to discuss.
Content has been a bit sparse around here recently, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t been playing games. Here are some photos from a few of the recent Big Game Saturdays.
May saw us once again getting the Zulus out, this time for some The Men Who Would be Kings action. The Flickr album can be found here.
And finally November saw the return of Mission Command, with further adventures in Russia, and the continuation of the Maurice campaign. Once again, photos on Flickr.
(With apologies to D. Bowie Esq.)
You might notice things look a little different around here. That’s because the site has moved from it’s previous platform to being built on WordPress, probably the most popular blogging platform available.
The reason for the change is to make it easier for other people to add content and to reduce the bus factor by not having just one person responsible for maintaining the site. As an added bonus, it is now possible to comment on posts.
All the old content has been moved across. some old links might be broken but for the most part things should be as they were on the old site.
Onwards and upwards!