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Warfare Tournament Ticket Update

Well, this time next week the games will all be up and running but If you are still swithering there are single tickets left for the following tournaments

Saga, Warhammer 40k, Kings of War, Infinity, Flames of War, Swordpoint,  Armati, WRG 6th, Bataille Empire, To the Strongest and Bushido. The last two are one day comps.   Check the others if interested as the situation is constantly evolving.

Tickets for these can all be found here

Other Tournaments can accommodate more players but generally only in pairs – contact [email protected] if interested.

Many traders/companies have kindly provided prize support this year but today I would like to focus on our main sponsors.   Anyone entered or enters can take advantage of the prize support kindly offered by

KR Multicases/Navara are once again (for the seventh time?) generously providing a range of their Transport and Accessory cases across all of the tournaments.


Westwind Productions/Forged in Battle are providing a big box of assorted figure packs that will be distributed across all of the tournaments.

Whilst not a main sponsor this year its worth mentioning Deep-Cut Studios contribution.

They will be providing a prize mat in the following competitions Age of Sigmar, Bolt Action, Middle-earth SBG, and Bushido.

All of the above the relevant Tournament Organiser will determine how these prizes are allocated and the distribution will vary from Tournament to Tournament.

Furthermore Deep-cut will be providing an exclusive 2d terrain piece measuring around 200mm x150mm in the form of an Orchard/Lemon Grove – this will be provided to all players in the following Tournaments –  ADLG 15&25, DBMM 15&25, FoG, Armati, Bataille Empire, Kings of War, WRG 6th, To the Strongest, Swordpoint, Saga, MeG and ReG.

There is more prize support on offer on a per tournament basis and I’ll be highlighting those in forthcoming bulletins – you can get a feel for these on the Tournaments page and also a first peek at the Orchard as an early draft is on display under the relevant competition.

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Club Terrain Tidy Up

This newsletter has the latest club news,


Club Terrain Tidy Up

We will be doing a sort out and tidy up of the two store cupboards on the 17th May, starting at 7pm.
It would be great is we can have a few more volunteers to help. There will be free tea and coffee (may be even some biscuits.)  By doing this we can see what terrain needs repairing, or is damaged beyond all hope. This leads us to purchase new terrain which benefits all club members.

If you wish to help please drop me an email at [email protected] FAO: Ad Vickers


Trial Saturday and Club Sundays

As there are not as many club Sundays this year we have decided to put on a trial club Saturday. It will run from 1pm to 9pm on Saturday July 23rd.

Members feedback on timings and concept would be welcomed. If it is well received we  may look to organise a few more before the end of the year.

As a reminder the club Sundays for the remainder of the year are:

  1. June – 5th
  2. July – 31st
  3. August –21st


Kind Regards

Chris Watling
Wargames Association of Reading Chairman


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Sunday Club Open days 2022

Club Open Days

In addition to the regular Wednesday night gaming, the club runs a number of Sunday Open Days. These are held monthly from January to October, and the dates for 2020 are:

  • Club open day Sunday’s 9:00 – 1700

Sunday Club Open days 2022

In the spirit of getting back to gaming as normal we have arranged the following club Sundays. Club Sundays will operate like a Wednesday with the same need for booking and layout until the rules change further.
The dates are as follows:

January – none

February – 27th

March – none

April – 24th

May – none

June – 5th

July – 31st

August –  28th

September  -none

October – none

November  – none

December – none