Have a read below, this is an FAQ!
Where do you meet?
The Folk Hall,Hawthorn Terrace,New Earswick,York,YO32 4AQ Please note, Sat Nav’s often try to take you around the back, the hall car park entrance is actually on the main road. There is plenty of parking (for free!) and some space for bikes. The Number 1 Bus from York stops right outside and usually runs every 15 minutes.
When do you meet?
Every Wednesday from 6.30pm – 10.30pm This is our Regular gaming night in the Main Hall. There are plenty of 6×4 and 3×3 tables.
The Second Saturday of each month, approx. 9.30am – 5pm In a smaller room but still room for 8 6×4
tables. Often large events are organised on our Forum for the Saturday sessions.
What games do you play?
Tabletop wargames and card games mostly. To name just a few of the more regularly played games in no particular order:
Kings of War/Warhammer Fantasy/Mordheim
Star Trek Attack Wing
Star Wars Armada/X-Wing
We’re always up for a new challenge so if you have a new game you think we’d enjoy please either post in our forum or bring it down
How much is it to attend?
First visit is free!
Juniors (11-16) £3
Annual Membership is a nominal fee of £1.
Saturday cost depends on if it’s a general day or event based. Usually between £5 and £10.
How old do I have to be to attend?
We accept children from the age of 11, once they’ve started secondary school.
Is there food available?
Yes, from the Folk Hall café at reasonable prices.
Curry, burgers, pasta etc, All depending on that night’s menu but order early.
Also there are snacks, crisps, sweets and various drinks.
How is the club run?
The club is run according to our constitution the latest version of which can be found here.
I have another question…
What really? Well in that case drop us an e-mail and we’ll sort it out. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. Best way to find everything out is to pop along, we’re happy to answer any questions you have. Equally have a look in our forum, the “Ask a question” section is always a good place to start!