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Starship games

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A store with gamming tables where they teach you how to play and let you play your games. They also organise tournaments and roleplaying games.

MiniWarGaming

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MiniWarGaming offers a large gaming area to play any miniature wargame, board game, or roleplaying game that your heart desires. We run regular events, including campaigns, tournaments, slow grow leagues, and more.

Warlord Games

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Warlord Games Head office store covering all Warlord Games

Battlefront Miniatures UK Gaming Centre

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Battlefront Miniatures Beeston, Nottingham: Thursday Games Night Every Thursday 1700 to 2200 - Battlefront Miniatures Europe Ltd, Unit 4C Tissington Close, Beeston, Nottingham, NG9 6QG, United Kingdom Every Thursday night, in the hobby club and dedicated gaming area at Battlefront […]

La Tanière

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La Tanière is a nice shop selling boardgames AND miniatures wargames (Games Workshop, Warmachine/Hordes, Warlord Games). They organise night gaming events where you can try some new games. The team is great and welcoming.

Table Top Game Shop Chester

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Join our fantastic community and enjoy the very best tabletop games - boardgames, trading cards and roleplaying games. Available to play or buy.

Geek Retreat Glasgow

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Geek Retreat is a trading card and board game cafe in the heart of Glasgow. We stock all the major trading card games and a fantastic variety of sleeves, deck boxes, binders and playmats to go with them. Our free-to-play […]

Tabletoptreff Hannover e.V.

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Big german club for a wide array of tabletop games. Strongest focuses are Infinity, GW-products, Bolt Action and Flames of War. The club holds regular Infinity gaming meetings and is an active part in the infinity tournament circus. First contact […]

The Games Shop Aldershot

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The games shop is a huge store with lots of playing space upstairs. Open late most nights and caters for all tastes be that wargaming, boardgaming and role playing. Parking is free in the local car parks after 6pm too

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