‘Twas the night before Hereward, and all through the Mill,Just the chairman was stirring, one more task to fulfil.The show guides all folded, for gamers to share,And figures from Footsore for those who were there. Tables and scenery packed, all … [more]
…so here’s the important things to remember: It’s not too late to book in advance, save £2 and guarantee yourself a copy of our show miniature (limited to the first 250 folks!). However, advance booking will close at 10:00pm on … [more]
For those planning on bringing entries to our painting competition, we’ve updated the timings a little on the (optional) entry form. For clarity: Entries must arrive by 11:00am on the day. You will be directed to stand T10 (our club … [more]
We have a few tabletop sale slots left – specifically, one premium 10am slot and a handful of later (1:30pm onwards) ones. For those not familiar with the process, you can book a slot for an hour (plus 5 mins … [more]
We’re delighted to welcome back historian, best-selling author, wargamer and all-round good egg Dr. Harry Sidebottom to the show this year, with copies of his various best-selling historical novels in hand for you to buy, and a Sharpie to sign … [more]
Peake Enterprises will have secondhand board games, painted figures, painted and unpainted resin terrain available for your purchase.
RAF Cranwell are bringing a game set during Operation:Market Garden. “The landing went well but was a little bumpy, most of the chaps have got together, can we make it to our first objective.” Lead a section of the King’s … [more]
Almost done – our penultimate trader for Hereward 2019 is Christopher Morris Books Christopher sells a wide variety of titles covering Military, Aviation and Nautical themes, so he’s bound to have something that you’ll be interested in!
Sleeping Dragon are a newcomer to Hereward, and we’re delighted to have them. While there are plenty of miniatures companies plying their wares, and more than enough companies selling laser-cut MDF kits nowadays, there are very few places that a … [more]
The Second Battle of Moy Tura is famous in Celtic mythology for the defeat of Balor of the Evil Eye and his Fomorians by Lugh and the Tuatha de Danaan. James Morris, Tom Webster-Deakin and friends (sometimes masquerading as Lenton … [more]