Lard Across the Irish Sea – Saturday 31st of August

With all of the excitement of Chain of Command appearing we haven’t had much time to give you our other exciting news. The final leg of our “Four Capitals Tour” will be completed this weekend as we head for Belfast for the Lardy Ulster Fry run by the Ulster Wargames Society and featuring a day of delicious Lard.
On offer will not only be Chain of Command games run by Big Rich, but also Sharp Practice, Dux Britanniarum, Through the Mud & the Blood and I Ain’t Been Shot Mum, so why not come on down and dip your toes into a veritable Loch full of Lard!
You can read all about it here:
And directions to the venue are here:
We are assured that the Craic will be mighty, so we hope to see you there!


2 thoughts on “Lard Across the Irish Sea – Saturday 31st of August”

  1. Hi, would just like to say a BIG thank you for running a game of Chain of Command at the Lardy Ulster Fry day, I and the other player’s had a great time, full of fun as all games should be.
    My famous last words with only five Germans on the table and our turn, well what shall we do lol
    Thanks again Richard

Leave a Comment

More Lard

Life’s a Beach: Operation Getting the Horn Part II

A hectic day yesterday as the terrain build took centre stage.  Having decided on the layout I headed across to our local B&Q to get the material for the boards.  I consulted my chum and arch terrain builder, Jim Ibbotson from Evesham, to ask him how he made his supplementary terrain boards for his Citadel

A Walk on the Wild Side

After last week when we had fun with jungle, I thought that for this week’s Charlie Don’t Surf playtest I’d try to knock up some clumps of dense bamboo.  I’d been reading some US Army AARs and the thing that jumped out was the way that the terrain could be broken up by dense clumps

The Battle of Coln Fields

September of 480AD saw Cynewulf raid again into the lands of the Britons, sacking a village and leaving with sufficient plunder to pay his dues to his Overlord Hengist in Ceint and still feast his men through the winter. At Yule his men hoisted him upon their shields and declared him a great leader in

Shopping Basket
Scroll to Top
Scroll to Top