Lincombe Barn Wargames Society
REVEILLE II 2018

Sunday 25th November 10.00-4.00pm

According to Miniature Wargames, Reveille is a fine example of a local wargaming show. It is a friendly event, packed with traders. There are always multiple participation games to join in.

It's at the same venue as always, Lincombe Barn Folk House, Overndale Road, Downend, Bristol, BS16 2RW 

Entry prices : Adults £3, Concessions £1.50 (under 18s, OAPs).

TRADERS

Magister Militum -  www.magistermilitum.co.uk

Reinforcements - www.reinforcements.org.uk

History of Wargaming Project - www.wargaming.co

Tabletop Gaming -

Gloster Models -

Pit Gaming -

Instant Armies - Pre-painted figures of various periods

Ham and Jam - www.hamandjam.co.uk/

Glenbrook Games - glenbrookgames.co.uk.websitebuilder.prositehosting.co.uk

Great Escape Games - www.greatescapegames.co.uk/

Ironclad Miniatures - www.ironcladminiatures.co.uk/

Monarch Wargames -

Area 51 - Local Games Store

Grubby Tanks - www.grubbytanks.com/

Warlord Games - store.warlordgames.com/

DEMO AND PARTICIPATION GAMES

Abbeywood Irregulars - Chain of Command 28mm demo

Bristol Big’uns - ‘What a tanker’ a participation game of tank combat in WW2 North Africa using 20mm models.

D.O.G’s of war - ‘The battle of Korneuburg 7/7/1809.’ The French attack on the Austrian rearguard after the battle of Wagram. A demo game in 15mm.

History of Wargaming Project - ‘Firefight Revisited: Central Front 1976’. A participation ‘what if’ game set in the Cold War. The first realistic tactical Cold War Game based on recent declassified data from both sides.

IPMS Avon - a display of plastic models & modelling.
 
Richard Gillingham & friends - A 28mm ACW demo game involving a balloon.

Skirmish Wargames - Bolt Action game in 54mm!  A big game!

The Major Brothers - Vietnam Riverine. A display game with participation!

Wayne Thomas - ‘External’ A game set in Angola in the 1980’s. South Africans v FAPLA & Cubans.

PRIVATE SELLERS ROOM

There will be various private sellers, but no Bring and Buy.

Travel directions

* Car: On the M4 motorway exit at J19 onto the M32. Exit immediately at Junction 1 of the M32. At the bottom of the sliproad go left, straight on through the Hambrook traffic lights, then bear right (signposted Downend) at the roundabout, turn first right after the Cleevewood shops.

* Train: Bristol Temple Meads or Bristol Parkway (closer).

* Buses: The timetables for buses in Bristol can be found at www.firstgroup.com.

Charity Contribution

This year we are raising money for the Pathogenesis Imperfect Team at the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, through the Above and Beyond Charity (www.aboveandbeyond.org.uk/). This team is a centre of excellence for conditions such as "Brittle Bones", providing support across a wide region. There is not only a need to improve the treatment of this life changing condition, but also to raise awareness and understanding of brittle bones, as new cases can be tragically misunderstood and treated as signs of abuse which can lead to children being taken away from their parents.

Please Note:

A small part of the premises are not fully accessible to those with mobility problems due to a flight of stairs. Therefore we will make no charge for entry to the show for those with such difficulties.

Local amenities

Cashpoint: Lloyds, HSBC and the Co-op all in Badminton Rd, Downend.

Pubs: Green Dragon (Badminton Rd), Beaufort Hunt, Horseshoe, White Swan (Downend Rd), Sandringham Arms(Quakers Road).

Shops: Somerfield (Cleeve Hill Extension), Threshers (Overndale Road), the Co-op (Badminton Road), the Post Office (Quakers Road).