if you read LocalLink and found your way here…

Welcome to a world of modern boardgames that are actually fun. Quick, engaging, challenging, entertaining and fun, modern games like Dixit, Carcassonne, Flash Point Fire Rescue are so far removed from Cluedo, Scrabble and the M-word, you wouldn’t believe it. Drop in and visit our club, have a look at these and the 500 other games we keep, and give one or two a try. When you do try them, you’ll suddenly realise you’ve been missing out. Whatever you thought boardgames were like, you’ll find modern eurogames are interesting, fast, novel, friendly, positive and easy.

Beyond Monopoly! really is York’s friendliest boardgame club. We’ll ask you what you like, sit down with you and play through a game that will suit you and should open your eyes. Your first visit is FREE, and you don’t need to know anything about our games. We’re not about winning, but having fun and enjoying the game. If you want to know more, drop a line to bmyork@gmail.com or just walk in to a meeting. If you’re on your own, you won’t be for long!

We meet on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays every month, 10am to 10pm. Stay as long or little as you want.
We meet on the 2nd and 4th Friday evenings every month, 5pm to 10pm.
We meet in a room in the Gymnasium building at the Railway Institute, Queen St, York. Literally next to the station, very easy to reach. Sorry, but the RI does not have disabled access. But we’re only up one short flight of stairs.
We’re a club for adults, so children over 8 must be supervised.

Thank you to LocalLink for the excellent feature in the January 2013 edition.

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