The 5th confirmed trader for Hereward is Colonel Bills. They offer a large and comprehensive selection of mainly historical wargaming items. There are their own ranges – Depot Battalion & Belt Fed Gaming, a growing number of other ranges of figures, terrain and accessories that they retail from leading wargames companies; and of course their ever changing stock of pre-loved and used items in all scales both painted and unpainted.
The fourth confirmed trader for Hereward 2017 is Brigade Models.
Brigade Models is a small outfit based near Maidstone in Kent, tucked away in the south-eastern corner of England who specialise in producing quality gaming miniatures in both slightly-off-the-wall subjects and more conventional realms.
You might not have heard of them – but they make a lot of stuff. If you’re into SF or fantasy gaming, the chances are that they’ll have something to interest you!
Our third confirmed trader for this year’s show is Asylum Wargaming. They are an independent online retailer with a strong presence at wargaming shows and boast a broad range of products ranging from those produced by industry heavyweights like Warlord Games, Knight Models and Mantic Games, right through to small operations like Warploque Miniatures, Daruma Productions and Twilight. Asylum Wargaming’s customers enjoys great communication with the company, with prompt responses and excellent customer service.
The second confirmed trader for this year’s Hereward has supported both the previous shows, so we are delighted to welcome back Ainsty Castings.
Ainsty produce a wide range of resin scenic items and are also a main stockist for Saga and a number of other 28mm scale historical ranges.