Warhammer club celebrates first birthday
PORTISHEAD’S Warhammer Club celebrated its first birthday in an unusual style.
Amongst the party goers, balloons and streamers, was a cake sporting plague-infested troops and a several giant orcs.
Sarah Souter, who started the club last year, said: “It was a wonderful evening of celebration.
“The club continues to grow and is a real opportunity for youngsters to socialise, be incredibly creative and apply their knowledge of a game, whether an absolute beginner or old-hand master.”
The club, which welcomes any players of Warhammer 40K or Fantasy, runs every Thursday at Trinity Primary School hall in Marjoram Way from 6.30-8.30pm. Subs are just �2.50 per week.
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Club member Tom Bath said: “There is plenty of room to set up here and it’s great fun to be able to design and make more sets as well as paint figures and play the game.”
For more details call 01275 842300 or just turn up.
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