Portsmouth and Allied Wargames Society

Wargaming at the Stacey Community Centre at Copnor in Portsmouth

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  • Welcome to PAWS

    The Portsmouth and Allied Wargames Society (PAWS) is a friendly little wargaming (and occasionally boardgaming) club meeting on Saturday afternoons in Copnor, Portsmouth.

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    PAWS has its own Yahoo! Group, PAWSlist.

    We use it as an announcement and contact mailing list for the Portsmouth and Allied Wargames Society. Members can also use it to make requests for games and opponents.

    You can view PAWSlist here.

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Have you left anything in the PAWS cupboards?

Posted by portsmouthwargames on July 28, 2014

Following the move to the Stacey Centre, we have limited cupboard space. The cupboards we had at the Southsea Community Centre contained several items, including figures and even whole armies, that we think belong to past or present PAWS members rather than to the club itself, but we are not certain who everything belongs to. We need to work out who everything belongs to in case we need to get rid of some things that won’t fit in the new cupboard space.

Therefore, if you think that you own anything that is/was held in the PAWS cupboards, please contact us as soon as possible.

And if you have contact with any former members who may not read this, please ask them to do so and contact us if they left any items in the cupboards.

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