Hereward Wargames Show 2016

Sunday September 4th 2016 saw the second Hereward Wargames Show, organised by the Peterborough Wargames Club (the current chairman happens to be Mike Whitaker, Podcast co-host!)

I spent a very pleasant day at the show, managing to chat to lots of people and even enjoy a game of Sharp Practice 2, run in his own unique style by Rich Clarke.

The first thing of note was that the show was much bigger than last year, with more traders (28) and more games (26) – the tournaments were even moved to a different room.

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Despite the increased number of tables, the show still had enough room to move around comfortably. Coupled with the fact that the venue was very well lit, this meant that the overall feel of the show was busy, without feeling cramped.

Most (if not all) of the games were participation, and were generally of a very good standard. I managed to grab a few pictures during the day:

The Battle of Tribola – James Morris, Simon Miller and the Lenton Gamers

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Canel Commandos – Very British Civil Forum

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7TV – Crooked Dice

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Battle of Culloden – Bedford Gladiators

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The 30K Channel

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Colonial Sudan – Peterborough Wargames Club

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To Sleep Is To Die – Harrogate Wargamers

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Martian Practice – Forest of Dean Gamers

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The Battle of Benfleet – Southend Wargames Club

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Viva Ras Begus! – Too Fat Lardies

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IMG_20160905_074733Congratulations for Matt Slade and Ralph Plougman of the Forest of Dean Gamers for winning the Steve Frisby Memorial Trophy for their Martian Practice game.

Another excellent show organised by the Peterborough guys – hopefully it will go from strength to strength in future years.

1 Comment on Hereward Wargames Show 2016

  1. From a trader’s point of view I would like to make special mention of how well organised things were. Clear directions and communications beforehand and lots of helpful folk around upon arrival and set down. (Plus lots of lovely customers!!)

    James.
    Twisted Pinnacle Games

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