Wargames events come and go, and the sign of a good one is when it leaves you wanting more. After the tremendously enjoyable Deep Fried Lard even in sunny Musselburgh on the outskirts of Edinburgh we are very pleased to announce that Richard will be heading north once again for Deep Fried Lard (Again) on the 7th of June.
Join us for a day of Lard filled entertainment in the luxurious surroundings of Stoneyhill Community Centre, just next to Musselburgh Rugby Club, for a day of Lardy games running from 10.00 until 17.00. After the success of last year’s event we intend to keep to the same format, with a selection of games available in the morning and afternoon sessions. Attendees who wish to run a game in one session will get priority in choosing their game for the other session, but we found that last uyear everyone had a greta time and we could fit most people in to the games they wanted.
After a fantastic day of gaming we plan, as last year, to adjourn to Stagg’s Bar, winner of the Lothians’ Pub of the Year for 2012 (where a truly “cultural” experience can be guaranteed!) and then on for a curry later.
We already have games of Chain of Command, The Raiders for Dux Britanniarum, Charlie Don’t Surf and Chain of Command Espana lined up, so why not join us for a great day of Lardy gaming and an evening to be remembered. You’ll find full details on the web site of Lardy Events Manager (Scotland), our very own Blue-and-White-jacket, Wee Derek here: http://dereksweetoys.com/deep-fried-lard/
Deep Fried Lard Again – Batter Together. (I promised Derek I wouldn’t use that joke…)
Deep Fried Lard, coming to Scotland in June
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