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Sunday, 7 January 2018
Anyway what started inauspiciously turned into a nice way to spend a few quid in the month that isn't usually known for wargaming events.
I would reckon there was about two dozen tables booked. Granted most were selling off Games Workshop stuff and the like at what seemed reasonable prices, but there were also a few enterprising wargamers attempting to shrink their wargames mountains.
I can see the potential of this event which has been running for three years and I will attend next year everything being well.To be honest it would be a good event for historical wargamers to attend and expand the whole idea.The parking was free. The food and drink cheap, so what was not to like on a cold Sunday morning in January.
So did I buy anything. Well yes. A book I subsequently found I already owned. Just how many times have I done this in the past!
Some really nice buildings at discount prices.
And the full battery from the GW Dogs of War series, Boronzios? Guns. I actually had some of this many years ago, but sold them. This time I managed to pick up the whole five gun battery with the five limbers and crew. I couldnt help myself because it is perfect for the renaissance and isn't too fantasy like at all. I wont boast about the price I paid, but it was very reasonable....
A tabletop sale that I would recommend wargamers consider next year. Great idea, so well done to the 'lads' who organised it.