- What are the opening and closing times
- Is Parking Available
- Can we bring our own food and drink
- How much does it cost
- What facilities are there
Who Can Come
Q. What can we play
The Organisers will be around to help you, whether that is to find a game or players for your game.
There will be many games being run by both organisers and attendees, otherwise you can bring along any game you like to play, but please if you are going to bring along a game that will require significant space please contact the organisers so we can ensure we can accommodate you.
Q. Do you have a Games Library
We do not have our own games library, though we used to borrow a selection of games from the Spirit Games library. We found most people were bringing their own meaning this was hardly ever used so we no longer do this.
We do ask attendees to leave games and bags on the stage to keep tables and aisles free during the day, please do not mistake this for a games library.
If you are looking for a game to play or players please ask the organisers for help.
Q. What are the opening and closing times
The event opens at 10am and closes at 8pm.
Please note the doors will only open at 10am.
Q. Is Parking Available
The Waterside Community Centre has its own Car Park, there is also a limited amount of on-street parking outside the Hall although there are double-yellows on the Hall side of the road.
As you approach the hall from Rosliston Road there is a side street called Byron Ave that appears to have on-street parking options.
As this is a residential area we ask that you please respect our new neighbours during your arrival and departure.
As normal vehicles are parked at the owners own risk.
[We will revise this page as we learn more about our new home]
Q. Can we bring our own food and drink
Yes you are more than welcome to bring your own food and drink.
The only exeption is that Alcohol is not allowed on the premises.
All we ask is that you keep it away from the gaming tables to respect the game owners property as some games are irreplaceable.
Q. How much does it cost
The typical ticket price is listed below, but can be subject to change:
£ 4.00 for Adults, accompanied Children under 16 £free.
All pricing will be subject to constant review and the current price will be printed on the tickets.
We will always endeavour to announce any changes in advance of any event.
Q. What facilities are there
The Hall has toilets and there is a kitchen that can be used but at your own risk.
Food & Drink Venues Nearby:
88 Hill Street
Tel: 01283 536803
Opening Times: Mon-Sun: 12pm-11pm
If you leave the Hall and turn right into Heath Road at the end turn right onto Rosliston Road. Follow the road until you pass the allotments and you will see a Spar on your right:
Spar [Has ATM but charges]:
300 Rosliston Road
Past the Spar a bit further down the road on the right again is a Chippy:
255 Rosliston Road
Tel: 01283 740999
Opening Times: Friday - Saturday 12 noon - 21.00pm
Back towards Burton in Stapenhill (Main Street) you have a Cafe:
65 Main St
Tel: 01283 541086
Opening Times: Monday-Saturday 7.30am -2.00pm
Papa John's Pizza:
32 Main Street
Tel: 01283 515 115
Opening Times: Fri-Sat 11:00 till 00:00
Spring Chop Suey House:
10, Main Street
Tel: 01283 561266
Opening Times: Saturday = 11:30 AM - 11:00 PM
another convenience store:
Wendys News: [Has ATM but charges]
38 Main Street
Tel: 01283 565500
Opening Times: 04:00 - 19:00 Wednesday and Saturday
and a couple more pubs.
Tel:01283 535 406
Opening Times: Mon - Sun: 11:00 - 23:00
Opening Times: 11-1am Fri & Sat
At the roundabout if you go left From Main Street just over St Peters Bridge you have a large Tesco Store (Costa Coffee in-store):
Tesco Extra: [Has ATM]
St Peters Bridge
Tel: 0345 6779100
Opening Times: Saturday open until midnight
alternatively if you go right you will find a Co-Op:
Co-Operative Store: [Has ATM]
226 Woods Lane
Tel: 01283 564340
Opening Times: Sat = 07:00 - 22:00
Stapenhill Fish Bar:
227 Woods Lane
Tel: 01283 845151
Opening Hours: Tues-Sat = 11.30am - 2pm, 4.30pm - 10.15pm
This is by no means an exhaustive list and as always the above details are a guide and actual times may vary so please verify first.
Please also bear in mind businesses listed here are for information only and do not constitute endorsement of material at them, or any associated organisation, product or service.
Who Can Come
Q. Can Children Attend
Whilst children are welcome, attendees younger than 18 should be accompanied by a responsible parent or guardian.
None of the organisers are insured, qualified, certified or trained to be responsible for minors please bear this in mind when you plan your visit to the event,