I met good friend 'Merlin' there and we had a good look around.
There were some impressive demonstration and participation games going on.
This WWII game featured the Home Guard of Walmington-on-Sea. The REdcar Ironbeards were responsible.
I've always admired these guys (Sheffield and Rotherham Wargames Society, I think).Their teddy bear western games look great fun, if nothing else the minis and the terrain are excellent.
Dragon Rampant by the East Leeds Militaria. I play this in 15mm, their 28mm game looked splendid.
Witch racing anyone? I would have happily tried this, but I think I got there at lunch time.
Purchase-wise it was a slow day for me; just a couple of packs of Reaper Bones, a pot of paint and some clear bases from Sally 4th. Usefully, the proprietor of Sally 4th is experimenting with ways of multi basing for clear bases; very useful for Warpath.
We also several boxes of the new Dr Who miniatures game from Warlord. There were Judoon, Xygons and a box containing the 10th Doctor with four companions (seriously, Wilf?). Nice, if a bit spindly to my eyes. No rules though, so I'll wait.
I think there might have been another box of aliens, but I can't remember what. Also I seem to have lots of tick marks drawn on my arms.