Lard Workshop in Nottingham, 13th of August

We are very please to announce news of a brand new Lardy Games Day which will be talking place in Nottingham on the 13th of August in conjunction with the BHGS Britcon event. We have a fabulous venue lined up on the Nottingham Trent University campus and a veritable feast of Lardy games will be on offer in the usual congenial atmosphere of any Lardy Day.

But rather than me witter on about it, why not take a look at the brochure produced by the event’s organisers. You can find it here:


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