FIVE members of a Warhammer Club in Portishead have received design awards, presented by a local businessman.
Jonathan Johnston, who runs Carey’s DIY in the High Street, set up the first Warhammer Club in Portishead 15 years ago and his shop sells a wide range of Games Workshop products to meet the needs of the growing band of enthusiasts of the miniatures war games.
He said: “Even though I am no longer involved in a club of this nature, I still take an interest. The young people buy, assemble and paint small armies with such passion that I decided I would run a competition to recognise some of the hard work they put into their hobby.”
Jonathan awarded �75 in gift vouchers to the best five entrants and has promised to organise more contests in the future.
Portishead Warhammer Club meets at the Jubilee Hall in Slade Road most Thursdays from 7-9.30pm.
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