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I received these photos just today, from a dear friend of Mikes, Paul Williamson. I just have to share them with you as they are a great reminder of the man and made me smile!Read More
A light goes out!
Sadly, on Friday the 4th February at approximately 10:45 Mike Ingham finally succumbed to a lengthy period of illness.Read More
The Phoenix has arisen!
Over the last twelve months there has been a plan to move the entire Wargames Holiday Centre, Lock stock and barrel down to Berkshire.Read More
Battle of Waterloo live, here on the 12th & 13th February 2011
Tune in and don’t miss a thing, we are going to be reporting live with this game, here on the website!Read More
Cavalry of the American Civil War
I’ve started cleaning up the ACW collection and while doing so was suitably impressed with the cavalry collection, so much so I wanted to share them with you.Read More
The Age of Marlborough.
Starting in 1700 this war came about due to the the expansionism of Louis XIV of France and a desire of AustriaRead More
Deutsche Schwere Panzer
Okay, so there wasn’t enough of the Tigers in my last post, so I thought I’d let you see just one of our Tiger II’s. We have ten of these little babies. Ready for the Battle of the Bulge.Read More
WWII German News!
I have been busy the last few days cleaning the armour from our German WWII collection, well they have got a little dusty.Read More
A beginners guide to the W.H.C.
It’s all very well posting things about WWII, Napoleonics, ACW and Marlburian! It’s fine to tell us where it is and how much it will cost!Read More
Mechanics for our Napoleonics!
I thought I would write a brief overview on the way we play our games so you know what to expect when you get here…Read More
Waterloo a labour of love
I have always liked the idea of re-enacting the Battle of Waterloo and the battles encompassed in the Hundred Days, probably because there has been so much written about it.Read More
We’re looking at running three weekends for the WWII period initially. We currently have a variety of nations, British, French, German and Russian…Read More