Club Members' Blogs

Big Ideas for Small Soldiers - Stephen Davison's painting and gaming blog.

The Exploration Series - James reports back on History Corner's experiments with different rules, genres, periods and scales.

Crumbling Foundations - Biscuit's blog about painting, gaming, fluff, background, reviews, stories and even his general state of health (which is nice to know).

Delayed Reserves - One man's never-ending quest to finish what he's started.

Friends of the Club

Wargames Emporium - Former gracious hosts of the club forum, great wargaming vendor and all round top blokes who can't do enough to help you with all your gaming needs.

Friends of the Club

Wargames Emporium - gracious hosts of the club forum and all round top blokes who can't do enough to help you with all your gaming needs.

Friends of the Club

Wargames Emporium - gracious hosts of the club forum and all round top blokes who can't do enough to help you with all your gaming needs.

Official Stuff

Club Constitution: This should answer any questions you have about how the club is run.  However, please be aware that we are NOT as formal and uptight as this document makes us look.

Associate Member Form: This is the form you need to fill once you've decided that you want to join (i.e. come along regularly), it's basically contact details should there be an unforeseen problem while you're at the club.

Games We Play

Black Powder is a game for the militarily inclined gentlemen with straight backs, bristling beards and rheumy eyes that have seen a thing or two. Set during the horse & musket period of 1700-1900, Black Powder is very much a game for gentlemen gamers. 

Blood Bowl is a game of fantasy football Warhammer style, where Orcs, Elves and even Humans use skill and sharp implements to win games. Become a Blood Bowl Coach and lead your team to victory!

Fire & Fury is an exciting and unpredictable set of wargames rules pitched at the grand scale, army level, during the American Civil War. 

Flames Of War is a WWII miniature game. You command a company level force in Europe or North Africa, re-creating actual battles, or fighting missions verses other Flames of War armies.

Impetus is an innovative Rules set that contains everything you’ll need to play in Ancient, Medieval and Renaissance period battles. 

Lasalle is a petit-tactical game in which players command a division or a similar small force during the Napoleonic Wars, and have to make tactical decisions like deploying skirmishers, using howitzers, or occupying towns.

Mordheim is a skirmish game set in the Warhammer World, where you lead mercenary warbands or packs of dark creatures in a narrative campaign, to search for Wyrdstone and slay your enemies in Mordheim City of the Damned.

Necromunda is a skirmish game set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe. Lead gangs of warriors and hired guns, in a narrative campaign, to establish supremacy in the anarchic and violent, underhive of Necromunda.

Warhammer 40,000, the tabletop battlegame of the far future, allows you to wage war with futuristic armies in the ultimate contest of strategy and skill. Each player is a commander who must choose his finest warriors, decide upon cunning battle plans and strategies and lead his army to victory or death.

Warhammer Ancient Battles is a set of rules for playing wargames set in the ancient and medieval world, utilising armies of model warriors, terrain and dice.

Warhammer is the Game of Fantasy Battles, a thrilling test of tactical skill and strategy with fantastical armies each with their own distinctive style, tactics and background.

Wings of War is a game for 2-4 players which merges card and board game mechanics to recreate aerial combat in World War I and World War II, portraying the abilities of the fighting planes of these periods.

NetEpic is a fan-based adaptation of Games Workshop's Space Marine, which is a previous incarnation of Epic 40,000 & Epic Armageddon. The 6mm scale allows massive armies and huge war machines to take to the battlefields of the Warhammer 40,000 universe.