Sunday, 24 February 2019

Cotswold Wargaming Day 2019

I'm pleased to say that my chum Keith Flint has kindly decided to organise another Cotswold Wargaming Day this year. Details can be found on his Blog:

I and others who attended last year thought the show was a great success. The venue is great as there was plenty of room and the whole day was very relaxing and full of good natured banter. What more could you want from a games show?

This year I have volunteered to put on some games from Bob Cordery's 'The Portable Wargame' stable. Certainly there will be some mid 19thC Imagin-Nations gaming, possibly even some Napoleonics. I'm awaiting delivery of his 'Gridded Naval Battles' so there could even be some little ships to push around, which could be fun. More details will appear on my Blog in due course.

I hope to see some of you there and maybe even cross swords on the day.


  1. The photo’s from last year look nice. It would be good to see more of these friendly gaming days grow across the various regions. They do seem to go in cycles that is of course reliant on the enthusiasm and generoristy of time of just a handful of individuals.

    1. We're lucky that Keith has the time and energy to organise this, plus living in a very nice location that has a great village hall that is available to hire for a very good rate. A friend organise something similar a good few years ago in Dunster, but the cost of the hall was astronomic. IIRC he ended up losing money, even after a discount.