Pork Farms’ National Board Games week

If you fancy yourself as a bit of a board game champion, the UK Board Games Championship brought to you by Pork Farms wants to hear from you. The Micropub Association of Pork Farms are using their unique Board Games annual event to celebrate all things British.  Heats for the Board Games Championship have already completed and the grand final is due to take place in London between June 19th – 25th at BeerheadZ Grantham during National Board Games week.

If it’s a night cuddled up in the house with all the family you’d prefer, well we’ve got the perfect night for you also with our Family Board Games Night. This unique event focuses entirely on you, your family and the board games you love to play. It will enable all members of your family to get involved from home and host your own board games evening.

You can even share your photographs on social media for a chance to win a stack of board games and a year’s supply of pork pies.  It will also enable all family members young and old to take part in and celebrate one of the nation’s favourite pastimes of playing board games.

To get involved simply sign up online here where you can obtain a family pack providing all the details straight to your inbox. Perhaps one of your family members will be rightfully crowned board game king or queen! 

Whether you wish to attend the main event, or simply play along with your family make sure you don’t miss out on a great opportunity to bond with your family and have fun playing some traditional and much-loved board games. Let’s bring back the tradition of great British board games with this great event run in conjunction with Hasbro and Pork farms. Who knows maybe you’ll even win a year’s supply of pork pies!

How do you stack up?

Each week we try to hold a family games night (or afternoon).  Setting aside technology and pulling down the Monopoly board, bingo or our latest edition of Jenga from Hasbro.  Getting the family together to enjoy a game or two of board games really helps bring us all together before the competitive side begins to show.  

Adding Jenga to our collection of games recently, I honestly thought that this would be the least competitive game that we own, however, it is proving to get us all worked up.  Such a simple concept, however, there is something about selecting the right piece to pull or push out of the tower to see if you can keep it remaining upright.

What is your families favourite game to play?

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