Tabletop Wargaming clubs in Gloucestershire gather for MiniCon 2013
Gloucestershire Tabletop Wargaming clubs are coming together again this year for the counties only Tabletop Gaming Convention - MiniCon 2013.
The event is on Sunday, January 27 at the National Star College from 10am to 4pm and is in support of local charities - the Gloucestershire Deaf Association and the National Star College.
The event has been arranged by Chris Averiss from Casket Games and Robey Jenkins from local miniatures painting studio Precinct Omega.
MiniCon 2013 will play host to some of the biggest wargaming clubs from Gloucestershire and the surrounding counties.
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Two of the most exciting manufacturers in the industry - Warlord Games and Mantic - will be there with their new gaming systems ready for playing.
Chris Averiss is the Chairman of the Gloucestershire Deaf Association and also runs the gaming club the Gloucestershire Games Bunker, supporting the charity in Barnwood.
He said:"All charities are having a very hard time at the moment due to the lack of central funding from the Government and Local Authorities, as well as general donations taking a downturn.
"New and exciting ways are needed to generate support and income for all charities whose work is irreplaceable in the communities they support.
"We are proud to work with our partners in this annual event, raising awareness of a growing hobby and promoting such excellent worthy causes in Gloucestershire.
"We hope to see all of Gloucestershire’s Wargaming community come out and enjoy the Convention as well as raise some money for Charity.’
The tickets are £5.00 for the day and the first one hundred attendees will receive a free event bag filled with submissions from the attending Gaming companies.