The list of participation and demo games for the 2016 show is up. Enjoy!
Entry pages for all our tournaments are now up, including the Magic: The Gathering and X-Wing events. It’s definitely not too late to enter, and we can (at a pinch) accept entries on the day for most of the tournaments, but it’s much easier for us to plan room layouts and the like if we have a decent idea of numbers in advance.
N.B. The issue with ticket downloads should now be resolved: if you’re still experiencing difficulty, please drop us a line at the info@ address on the right, and we’ll sort it out.
The 28th and final trader for Hereward 2016 is Daruma Productions. Daruma are the designers and manufacturers of the relatively new SLA game which is currently doing quite well on Kickstarter and a demo table should be available so that you can have a go!
The 27th confirmed trader for Hereward 2016 is Grubby Tanks / Britannia Miniatures. We are very pleased to welcome Andy and his team to the show and we are sure that any of you that game or model in 20mm scale will find something of interest among the vast array of models that can make up the Grubby Tanks and Britannia Miniatures ranges.
The 26th confirmed trader for Hereward 2016 is Mantic Games! Mantic are well known as the publishers of such diverse games as Warpath, Deadzone, Dreadball, Mars Attacks, Kings of War and Dungeon Saga. As well as a retail stand, Mantic will be running demos of some of their games which you can join in, and of course there is our Dreadball tournament for which tickets are still available through the link on the right.
The 24th and 25th confirmed traders for Hereward 2016 are both rules publishers!
First up we welcome the TooFatLardies. Too Fat Lardies is a vibrant wargames development partnership that produces an ever growing range of rule sets for what they think are discerning wargamers. The emphasis with any of their rule sets is on replicating the real core issues for each of the periods. The emphasis is on what Clausewitz described as “friction” on the battlefield, along side the stresses and pressure of command.
We are also very pleased to welcome Second Thunder who will be promoting and selling their “Open Combat” skirmish rules which are suitable for any pre-gunpowder historical period or fantasy setting.
The 23rd confirmed trader for Hereward 2016 doesn’t really require any introduction, but we’ll do a little one anyway. We are extremely very pleased to welcome the manufacturer of the largest range of 28mm miniatures IN THE WORLD:
We’ll be releasing the names of the final few traders over the next few days so keep checking back. We’re both pleased and sorry to say that we have now sold all the trade space for Hereward 2016 although any prospective new traders are welcome to apply for our waiting list in case any space becomes available.
We are pleased to welcome Ironclad Miniatures as the 22nd confirmed trader for Hereward 2016.
Ironclad Miniatures was founded in 2005 by John Lowen and they are committed to producing well-made and researched models for gaming in a wide variety of scales and periods. They manufacture high quality models for wargaming in a variety of scales including 15mm, 20mm and 25mm amongst others.
The 20th confirmed trader for Hereward 2016 is Sgts’ Mess!
Sgts’ Mess have been established for seven years but Garry has been in the wargaming business for over twenty years and Ellen for over ten years.
They manufacture wargames and railway models in 20mm (1/72nd) scale in metal and resin and also offer a mould making and casting service as well.