Games Night at the Heart Centre every Thursday 6.30pm to 10.30pm

Thursday is games night in Headingley. We are open for Games night at the Heart Centre Headingley
6.30pm onwards. We have anywhere between 30 to 50 players each night. Come early. We always have  “what shall we play?” groups forming each night and you will be quickly conscripted.
https://headingleygamesclub.com/
The site for information about Headingley Games Club Leeds. Come along and get a game. The first night is free and 1£/£2 each evening thereafter.Take a look at our Facebook Group to see what we do. Here are some samples of recent games we play shown below:


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Headingley Games Day at Heart on Saturday March 29th . WE ARE READY-WE THINK.

We have worked out all the details now. Our thriving club is putting on a games day on Saturday March 29th. The large Shire Oak hall is booked. It’s a chance to try out those long games which can’t be easily cleared in an evening. But any game can be played whatever its length of play. This not a commercial fair with trade stands etc but if someone wants to come and demo’ a game they are welcome. Headingley Games Day at Heart will last from 10 am to 5.00 pm. Use our Facebook page to arrange stuff. If you have any second-hand games for sale an unsupervised will be set aside for you to place a limited amount of sales. SEE YOU THERE.

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Headingley Games Day at Heart on Saturday March 29th .

We haven’t worked out all the details yet. Our thriving club is putting on a games day on Saturday March 29th. The large Shire Oak hall is booked. It’s a chance to try out those long games which can’t be easily cleared in an evening. But any game can be played whatever its length of play. This not a commercial fair with trade stands etc but if someone wants to come and demo’ a game they are welcome. Headingley Games Day at Heart will last from 10 am to 5.00 pm. Use our Facebook page to arrange stuff. If you have any second-hand games for sale an unsupervised will be set aside for you to place a limited amount of sales.

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Ralph is selling his Flames-of-War German Army

Ideally I’m wanting to sell them off as one lot. Wanting £300 for them, but willing to take offers.

Cheers Ralph. See Ralph on http://www.leeds-nightowls.co.uk/forums/index.php?topic=4996.0

Well, seen as how I haven’t seen it played in time, and I don’t think I’ll ever get round to playing it again, I’m selling off my Flames of War Army.

They were originally modelled as fallschirmjaeger but could of course be used as any Germans!

Fortress Europe Book
Cassino Book
Small Rulebook (New edition)
Fallschirmjeager Dice/Templates
Artillery template

Rifle MG Teams x 38
Command teams x 15
Spotter Teams x 6
Flamethrower teams x 3
Staff Cars x 7
HMG teams x 4
Mortar teams x 8
Pak 38’s x 4
Panzerschreck teams x 2
Nebelwerfers x 3
Objective markers x 2
Pak 40’s x 4
Supply Truck x 1
King Tigers x 3
Recoilless Guns x 2
Marders x 2
Panzer 4 (Long barrel) x 4
Panzer 4 (Short barrel) x 4
Transport halftracks x 2
Stug G x 4
88 x 1
Tiger x 1
Quad halftrack x 3
Diana x 2

All are painted to a high standard, and, if you pick them up from me or are at the club, they come in a case.

Example pics can be found below. Ask if you want specific pictures! 

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Vapnartak 2013 at York 3rd Feb’-an excellent games fair.

Vapnartak THIS COMING WEEKEND Sunday 3rd February 2013
Knavesmire Stand York Racecourse
Door open 10-00 – 17-00 Entry Adults
(Over 18’s) £4.00 Juniors (12 – 17) £2.00 Children (under 12) FREE
http://www.yorkwargames.org/Vapnartak.htmhttps://www.facebook.com/Vapnartak#!/Vapnartak 

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Flames of War- Blitzkrieg-1940 French v German-The Early War

Flames of War- Blitzkrieg-1940 French v German-The Early War. Steve and Trevor took their early war armies to the table using the new edition rules and the early war blitzkrieg manual. The French used an Escadrille de Combat which started slowly because Stukas kept bombing the French tanks but after a long drawn out attrition battle the French got on the German objective.