Please note I will not be hosting any Public events from 31st January 2023. Nothing too drastic from our side, just need a break.

I’ll be providing updates when we’re back, here and on my social media platforms.

Thank you for all the custom and friendship this has brought me to date.

I look forward to seeing you all again soon, both new and old customers.

On the weekend of the 20th March 2014, some fine gentlemen of a wargaming mind got together to celebrate the life of one of the Grandfathers of Wargaming, Don Featherstone.

The period chosen for this was the American Civil War, this was one of the favourites of his and it was a fitting display of Gentlemanly conduct throughout. So much so, that all these erstwhile strangers left the weekend friends.

Well General, it has been a busy few weeks since we last posted here and boy have I got a treat for you.

Here is the trophy awarded to the most Gentlemanly player of the weekend, as some of you may have already read from the illustrious pages of Miniature Wargames, this was Charlie Wesencraft. The Trophy stays with us and has an engraving of the winners name and the year, while the winner takes home their own smaller but no less impressive trophy.

This year, (at very, very short notice it has to be said) Paul Eaglestone of Empress Miniatures I think you will all agree came up trumps! This beautiful vignette, using figures from the Empress miniatures range was painted by Paul’s friend and resident artist Keith Ainsley. A great award I hope you’ll all agree.

I have included a range of photos covering all angles with the award.

Next year…..I can’t wait!!