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Another reminder that on 4th November we are hosting another Too Fat Lardies game day, this time at our sumptuous new premises at Pimley Manor Barns.  Come along and enjoy any of the games we're planning or come to the curry after the gaming has ended.  You'll need to book though!  Places can be secured by payment of £10 via PayPal to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. (Club members free).

Drinks afterwards at the Admiral Benbow and a curry at Cafe Saffron (although there's a waiting list for that).

Click to see more details of the games we'll be playing.

I Ain’t Been Shot Mum, 15mm company level WWII. Run by Phil and Jenny Turner. Phil and Jenny’s games are always of extremely high quality and use a well-established but lesser-played set of Lardy rules. Normandy 1944.
Sharp Practice, 28mm Napoleonic. Run by Andy Crow. Lützow's Wilde Verwegene Jagd. An 1813 Germanic extravaganza featuring Freikorps wreaking mayhem behind French lines. 
Big Chain of Command, 15mm platoon level WWII. Run by Rob Fielding. Chain of Command is out and away the most popular Lardy set of rules, and for good reason. This game will feature multiple platoons and is set on Crete.
What a Cowboy, 28mm small skirmish. Run by Mike Wilkins. Mike’s games are riotous fun and he always injects a huge amount of humour into his games. Expect the unexpected!
Bag the Hun. 1:200 WWII air combat. Run by Dale Jones. Take to the skies to defend Britain from Nazi bombers - but keep an eye out for the escorts.
There's also talk of a What a tanker in the 41st millennium game being put on by Tom Corbett  

 

Securing a Place:

Places can be secured by payment of £10 via PayPal to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. (Club members free). Please put your real name, any internet pseudonym you may have used, and that it’s payment for A Shropshire Lard in the notes. In the unfortunate event that you cannot attend, we may be able to find someone to take your place, but if we can’t, your payment will go to a charity of the SWS’s choice. Please make every effort to attend if you sign up - the kind folk who run the games rely on your participation to make them as enjoyable as possible; but anyone can be overtaken by events. I would only ask that you let me know as soon as you possibly can if you won’t be able to attend. Thanks.

 

 

 

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