Following on from the successful event at the National Museum of Scotland in support of their Viking exhibition (see report here http://leadwarriordavek.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/real-public-participation-wargaming.html) the organisers of the Wartime Experience http://www.nms.ac.uk/our_museums/museum_of_flight/whats_on/wartime_experience.aspx have decided to repeat the experiment.
This has only been confirmed in the last week so details may change but at the moment it looks as if three participation games will be put on. The Falkirk club plan to do WW1 air with Wings of War and WW1 naval recreating part of Jutland. SESWC are also on board, possibly with a Bolt Action game. I will post updates on the blog as we have them.
The only real downside is the date, which is Sunday 12th May, the day after our Carronade show in Falkirk. This will inevitably reduce the number of club members able to take part. However we are very much committed to building an ongoing relationship with the Scottish Museums to spread the word beyond the normal confines of the hobby so agreed to participate. It is also great fun and we get to see the event and museum as well.