Trinity wargaming club were delighted to welcome Warlord games in to run an afternoon of their popular second world war game “bolt action”.
The afternoon started with the students making their own soldiers from a wide range of different nationalities and armies (British, British-Indian, German, American and Japanese) then they used their models to fight a second world war wargame. British cruiser tanks engaged German Panzer III’s over the open desert, but despite fierce fighting they were ultimately overcome by the Axis forces.
Mr Howell would like to thank the staff of Warlord Games for giving up their time to run this event. The pupils had a great time and learned much about the Second World War. Trinity is very grateful for their support, it was heartwarming to see pupils happy and engaged in the hobby.