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Next meeting: Saturday 07 March from 4.30pm

There’s a change to our normal meeting schedule in March. Normally we meet on the second and last Saturdays of each month, but we’ve brought our next meeting forward a week due to an event being held in our normal venue on 14 March. This means our next meeting is this weekend, starting at 4.30pm. There’s then a three week gap until 28 March, and then we are hoping to mix things up again the following month with an extra, all day, session on 04 April, but that hasn’t yet been confirmed.

The meeting is, as always, in Christ church hall (also known as Circus Central) in Shieldfield, close to the city centre and bus and metro stops. There’s a charge £2 per person to cover the venue hire costs (£1 for unwaged), but your first visit is free. The venue has a small kitchen area with microwave and cutlery. Takeaways can be ordered in, or bring your own food with you. There’s a small branch of Sainsbury’s next door (open until 11pm) which is handy for drinks and snacks.

If you’re wondering what to expect take a look at the photos below from our last meeting, showing a few of the games that were played. There’s always a large selection of games brought along by club regulars, and people will explain the rules for each game when you sit down to play, so don’t worry if you’re unfamiliar with a particular title. If you’d like to bring your own games along that’s fine too.

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Next meeting and AGM: Saturday 28 February from 4.30pm

We meet again on Saturday, starting at 4.30pm. We’re having our annual general meeting at the start of the session; we’ll be discussing plans for developing the group as well as administrative matters such as approving the club’s accounts and electing officers. This should take half an hour at most, and then we can get down to gaming.

The meeting is, as always, in Christ church hall (also known as Circus Central) in Shieldfield, close to the city centre and bus and metro stops. There’s a charge £2 per person to cover the venue hire costs (£1 for unwaged), but your first visit is free. The venue has a small kitchen area with microwave and cutlery. Takeaways can be ordered in, or bring your own food with you. There’s a small branch of Sainsbury’s next door (open until 11pm) which is handy for drinks and snacks.

If you’re wondering what to expect take a look at the photos below from our last meeting, showing a few of the games that were played. There’s always a large selection of games brought along by club regulars, and people will explain the rules for each game when you sit down to play, so don’t worry if you’re unfamiliar with a particular title. If you’d like to bring your own games along that’s fine too.

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Next meeting: Saturday 14 February from 4.30pm

We meet again on Saturday, starting at 4.30pm. This is Valentine’s day, so I hope that you’re either bringing your loved one with you, or have thought of a very good excuse as to why you’re abandoning them to go and play boardgames.

The meeting is, as always, in Christ church hall (also known as Circus Central) in Shieldfield, close to the city centre and bus and metro stops. There’s a charge £2 per person to cover the venue hire costs (£1 for unwaged), but your first visit is free. The venue has a small kitchen area with microwave and cutlery. Takeaways can be ordered in, or bring your own food with you. There’s a small branch of Sainsbury’s next door (open until 11pm) which is handy for drinks and snacks.

A couple of items of news:

  • The following session, on Saturday 28 February, will also be the club’s Annual General Meeting. We’ll hold the AGM at the start of the session, and don’t expect that it will take away too much gaming time.
  • We have agreed to change one of our meeting dates in March, as Circus Central asked if they could use the hall on the evening of 14 March for an event. We’ve moved this one forward a week, to Saturday 07 March. We then return to our normal pattern of second and last Saturdays, with a session on Saturday 28 March.

If you’re wondering what to expect take a look at the photos below from our last meeting, showing a few of the games that were played. There’s always a large selection of games brought along by club regulars, and people will explain the rules for each game when you sit down to play, so don’t worry if you’re unfamiliar with a particular title. If you’d like to bring your own games along that’s fine too.

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Next meeting: Saturday 31 January from 4.30pm

Our next meeting is tomorrow, starting at 4.30pm. We meet in Christ church hall (also known as Circus Central) in Shieldfield, close to the city centre and bus and metro stops. There’s a charge £2 per person to cover the venue hire costs (£1 for unwaged), but your first visit is free. The venue has a small kitchen area with microwave and cutlery. Takeaways can be ordered in, or bring your own food with you. There’s a small branch of Sainsbury’s next door (open until 11pm) which is handy for drinks and snacks.

If you’re wondering what to expect take a look at the photos below from our previous meeting, showing a few of the games that were played. There’s always a large selection of games brought along by club regulars, and people will explain the rules for each game when you sit down to play, so don’t worry if you’re unfamiliar with a particular title. If you’d like to bring your own games along that’s fine too.

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Next meeting: Saturday 10 January from 4.30pm

Last weekend was the second of our festive all-day gaming sessions. We had around 40 people drop by through the day and play many different games. Martin Wallace seemed particularly popular, with Ankh-Morpork, The Witches, Onward to Venus, and Last Train to Wensleydale all getting an outing. Pictures of a few of the games played are below.

We’re now returning to our usual schedule, with meetings on the second and last Saturday of each month. And this means that we meet again on Saturday, starting at 4.30pm.

We meet in Christ church hall (also known as Circus Central) in Shieldfield, close to the city centre and bus and metro stops. There’s a charge £2 per person to cover the venue hire costs (£1 for unwaged), but your first visit is free. The venue has a small kitchen area with microwave and cutlery. Takeaways can be ordered in, or bring your own food with you. There’s a small branch of Sainsbury’s next door (open until 11pm) which is handy for drinks and snacks.

There’s always a large selection of games brought along by club regulars, and people will explain the rules for each game when you sit down to play, so don’t worry if you’re unfamiliar with a particular title. If you’d like to bring your own games along that’s fine too.

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