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Welcome to the Lard Island News

Welcome to this our brand new Blog brought to you all the way from Lard Island.  Lard IslandIt is our intention to use this space to keep everyone up to date with just what is going on down on Lard Island.  Here we’ll get the chance to show you pictures of our games as we develop our latest rule sets and bring you updates on new products that we’re working on.    But more than that, this is not designed to be just a marketing exercise with the usual shout-outs about new products; I also want to include some thought provoking and interesting articles that will hopefully encourage some of you to post your feedback here too!


6 thoughts on “Welcome to the Lard Island News”

  1. The palm trees were already here when we moved in, although slightly damaged by th previous tenant. I think that the landlord must have had some problems with them; there were terrible scorch marks in the large storage area under the swimming pool!

  2. It’s a shame, but we had to sell the Island when we at International Rescue bailed out the Royal Bank of Scotland. Even had to sell Lady Penelope’s pink Rolls Royce. Luckily we were able to arrange to have it shipped to Lard Island where it is now owned by Sid, who likes to drive round the in it from time to time, showing of his latest chiffron selection.

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