On with the games I know that's what you are looking for. I may have mislabelled the clubs or the games so If I have please forgive me and feel free to mention it in the comments and I will edit this post. Several games have been missed out.
Hold onto your hats as here we go. And in no Particular order.
GLC Games SCW "Siege of Madrid"
6mm Somme game by Robert Dunlop?
Not sure what this one was but it did look very good
Perhaps Streatham and Tooting Club.?
Friday Night fire Fight club. 28mm Cossack Revolt! Yes I knew they were revolting but had not realised that they had actually Revolted. (Shows how little I know)
Tonbridge Wargames club (I think) 1200th scale Napoleonic naval action.
Maidstone Wargames Club. 28mm WW1 Somewhere in Belgium.
15mm Vietnam Game by Deal Wargames society.
Newbury and Reading Wargames Society.
Southend Wargames Club. 15mm Malburian game set in Spain.
For me one of the best looking games in the show.
the Figures are lovely sculps by "Eureka" so I was told.
20mm WW1 Crush the Kiaser. Always do good looking games.
Paul and Ian also nice chaps.
Crawley Wargames Club. A Chariot Race Participation Game. (Yes they had hats as well)
Gravesend Wargames Club. 28mm Colonial Shindig.
Loughton Strike Force 15mm Flames of war. WW2
Simon Miller A very nice and VERY large 28mm Ancient game.
Staines Club WW2 Participation game
where the players took the role of Luftwaffe
to try to shoot down US bombers.
For me one of the joys of shows (other than the buying of Shinnies) is seeing the diversity of games and periods. I think that was the best thing about this show. Most if not all of the games were of a very high standard and along with the standard type of games there was sufficient variation to make it a joy to tour the boards.
Thanks for looking and thanks for the games clubs who actually displayed their names. And to all the Gamers for their hard work within this hobby without whom shows would be a much duller place to visit.
I shall post again on Thursday. So until then thanks for looking and take care and I hope to see you all soon.
All the best Clint