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We have a home, a new home a bricks n mortar home

The roots of the Hobbits Hole Roleplaying club stretch all the way back to 1999 and has met at a number of venues across South East London before finally settling on our current home in Bromley.

We now have a new home!

From July when hopefully the world all opens up properly we will be back in venue kicking off a new rotation of games.

Our Address Glanville Road Scout Hall, 8-10 Glanville Road, Bromley, BR2 9LW
 

We will meet in person there every Wednesday from 7pm to 11pm.

Heating is very clever and warms up the hall within 15 minutes. Kitchen has a fridge and microwave that we are able to use if we want. Two toilets. (One with extra access). 

 

 


 

We meet every week from 7pm-10:30pm for games and clear down by 11pm for tabletop gaming

Hobbits Hole Roleplaying Club has a great mix of experienced GMs and enthusiastic players which makes for a great atmosphere. 

We always try to keep an empty chair at each gaming table so if anyone wants to come to the club for a visit they are welcome to join in for the evening.

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