Our next show is coming up soon – the Joy of Six 2023 is (as the name might suggest) dedicated to one of the smaller scales – 6mm (or 1/300th, 1/285th etc). It’s run by Baccus, one of the leading names in historical 6mm gaming, at Hallam University in Sheffield. This year’s event is on Sunday July 2nd.
This being a specialised 6mm show, we take a very cut-down subset of our ranges:
Full range of 6mm Hammer’s Slammers models, including a good selection of detachment packs
Full range of 6mm Iron Cow models, including a full range of army and company packs
Full selection of building/scenery models of all types, including packs
Full range of Squadron Commander fighters, both individual and blister packs
The complete 2mm Small Scale Scenery range
The complete 1/700th Coastal scenery range
We’re hoping to have some new releases lined up for the show, which we’ll preview before the day, so keep checking between now and the 2nd.
If you would like anything from one of our other ranges, you can order it in advance and collect on the day. You can either place an order and pay in full using the collect in person option on the website, or just drop us an email with a list and pay by cash or card on the day.
Come and join us at Pendraken HQ on Saturday 22nd July for The Big Summer Games Day! We'll have 7 different participation games for you to try, including WWI aerial, WWII, Vietnam, Sci-Fi and more. Each game will last 45-60 minutes so you can potentially play all 7 in one day!
More info can be found on the Facebook event page HERE
With just under three weeks to go before we fling open the doors to the Joy of Six 2023, it’s time to show you what awaits the lucky visitors. I am delighted to release this year’s floor plan.
As you can see, we have more traders and games than ever before, and the range of games look amazing. We’ve got historical, science fiction, top notch displays of modelling and some really playable participation games.
All the details are on www.joysofsix.co.uk, and you can download a pdf version of the floorplan to start working out your itinerary on the day. It may not quite be Salute, but I can guarantee you won’t get bored or be short of options.