Cosham charity board game marathon draws players

Another group of people enjoying one of the many games on offer. Picture by Keith Woodland (170778)
Another group of people enjoying one of the many games on offer. Picture by Keith Woodland (170778)
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PLAYERS from across the area took part in a seven-hour charity board game tournament.

Home Coffee, in High Street, Cosham, hosted the event on behalf of Dice, a board game cafe.

Players concentrating hard during the seven-hour charity board  game marathon Home Coffee House. Picture by Keith Woodland (170778).

Players concentrating hard during the seven-hour charity board game marathon Home Coffee House. Picture by Keith Woodland (170778).

Good Company is a charity which tackles loneliness and all the money raised at the popular event will be donated to the organisation.

David Blackstone, Caryl and Chloe Purdy and Louise Blackstone playing the game Unfair. Picture by Keith Woodland (170778).

David Blackstone, Caryl and Chloe Purdy and Louise Blackstone playing the game Unfair. Picture by Keith Woodland (170778).

Lee Purslow and Rikki Parsons from Dice, who organised the board game marathon, and Russell Blitz and Rob Nichols, the owners of  Home Coffee House. Picture by Keith Woodland (170778).

Lee Purslow and Rikki Parsons from Dice, who organised the board game marathon, and Russell Blitz and Rob Nichols, the owners of Home Coffee House. Picture by Keith Woodland (170778).