Numbers were a bit down this time around, probably as it was a nice sunny Fathers Day outside, but around twenty youngsters turned up for a few hours playing and painting.
Matt ran a splendid Hadrian's wall type game with Celts clambering the walls, there was also a LotR game and a "mini Waterloo" game of an assault on a farmhouse.
Once again the generous fellows at Warlord Games provided some plastic freebies, and this time they were Celts and Romans so they formed the basis of the painting table.
I wanted to do some "modelling" to show off other facets of the hobby - I had a vague plan for making walls, but James picked up some rather splendid Warbases Scorpion kits so I spent a couple of hours helping youngsters make a warmachine and paint a crewman.
As always James gave a talk over biscuits and juice as did Pete, covering the 199th anniversary of Waterloo.
Two and half hours after we started parents arrived to collect their offspring and we were all done.
Here's a few pictures: