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UK Games Expo 2024: Accessibility events and a few other interesting ones

Tickets to the events are required- I think most events below are free. Friday 11:30 – 12:30 BST The psychology of The Traitors – UK Games Expo Friday 11:00 – 12:00 BST A definitive guide to therapeutic gaming- with Game Therapy UK. – UK Games Expo Friday 14:30 to 15:30Being Sustainable: the Green Games Guide – […]

Don’t let perfect stop you / 10 years of free Herefordshire Board gamers Events

WIP. I recently shared a gallery (Currently on facebook only) of 10 years of Here For Games con, which is our annual event which has been growing slowly but double last year, we’ve worked hard to keep the event (and all of our events) friendly and inclusive and it was wonderful to see how how […]

Event templates

These are the templates we use for our events. When publishing an event take a moment to view the poster to make sure WhenWhereHow muchand also WHAT the event is about is clear and on the poster The body of the event text should include the below Advert for events should be clear and include the […]

Community resources

Policies and guidancewww.herefordshireboardgamers.co.ukResource Centre | A really useful place for community groupshttps://communitymatters.org.uk/ (Chargable)https://learning.nspcc.org.uk/research-resources/2019/introductory-guide-safeguarding-child-protection Free traininghttps://freecoursesonline.co.uk/free-courses/ https://theskillsnetwork.com/ Community groups (Other than our own)Facebook Board game club Organisers

Example policies

Herefordshire Board Gamers Policies https://herefordshireboardgamers.co.uk/policies/ Folks are welcome to use our policies, we ask two things1) Let us know if you make any major changes or improvements so we can keep learning2) Credit us, our knowledge base is full of information which could help people if they know about it!

Best games for Beginners

Please note this page is a work in progress so your feedback is welcome. Shiny photos will be added soon. So you’ve either just discovered modern board games or you want to introduce a new gamer to this wonderful hobby; maybe a family member, work colleague or random passer-by. But what game do you start […]

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