The June Meeting in Review

Here be the photos from the last meeting (lots more were taken this time!).

Thanks to everyone who attended this month, it was an amazing turnout and many games were had. Of the seven games, six were ancients (Impetus Basic and L’art de la Guerre) and one was a game of Crossfire (WW2 company level actions). Though it has to be said:

“Come on you fantasy and sci-fi gamers out there, you simply must turn up and show these historical players how it’s done!” (There, I’ve laid down the challenge…)

Don’t forget this Sunday’s (10th June) bonus meeting at Kingswood Sports, see you there!

Again, as usual, pics or it didn’t happen:

Last Sunday’s Meeting

A belated thanks to all those who attended the club meeting on Sunday. (Better late than never, says I… Well it is Friday today… )

We had a good turnout, seeing the usual miniatures games in action (Infinity, Impetus Basic and l’Art de la Guerre) as well as some new (to the club) folks bringing a rather interesting sounding board game that got some play.

See you all again next month!

Again, pics or it didn’t happen:

February Meeting

Our February meeting was held last Sunday and, as usual, we had some good gaming and met some new faces. A big welcome to all the new people visiting the club and thanks to the regulars for participating and making the experience so very enjoyable.

This month saw Impetus Basic, Infinity and L’Arte De La Guerre being played at the club. No photos though. 🙁

Our next meeting will be on the 4th of March. See you there!

December Meeting

A huge thank-you to all who attended our second meeting in Kingswood. The room was full of tables with games deployed in all their splendour, and judging from the general discussion everybody had a good time.

It was also good to see a wide selection of games being played. Games from fantasy (Age of Sigmar) to World War 2 (Crossfire) to ancient and mediaeval (L’Art de la Guerre and Impetus) and science fiction (Infinity) were being played.

These images have also been posted on our Facebook group, so some of you may have seen them already…