As with previous years there was a very good display of WW2 vehicles, here are just two photos to give an idea of the display.
Although I believe visiting numbers were good. I do think they were down on last year, there were also a couple of empty tables. So maybe the weather did have an effect.
Over the next couple of weeks, I will post images of the displays and games, but for now here are two that caught my eye.
Apart from the Flintloque haul, I picked up a couple of metal pigs from the beautifully sculpted Lead Adventure Miniatures range (BRU-17 Pigs). I intend using them as character pieces in my Flintloque Games and to inhabit my newly built and painted pigsty (details to be published in my planned Wargame Terrain book).
There were many opportunities for meeting old friends - however with the threat of even worse weather forecast, I left a little earlier than usual.
Other purchases include some resin pots from Baueda, some metal scenery items from The Bits Box and a pack of 40mm premium bases as I have run out and I need them for my 40mm Flash Gordon miniatures projects. I also bought a couple of modelling magazines, reduced for a quick sale.
Thanks to Sue for allowing me to visit the show on Mother's Day.