Children are welcome at this community event.
The organisers are parents too, and we have interest from families with youngsters aged 12+ to play in some of our games.
This is a community event run by volunteers in a scheduled monument and there are some important things to be aware of if bringing your young gamers.
- Children under the age of 18 remain their parent or guardian's responsibility at all times. Parents are asked to remain on site during the event.
- Each game will have been assigned an age rating by the Game Master in light of the difficulty of the ruleset and more particularly the tone of the game.
- Some games may contain themes such as folk horror or gothic horror and might not be suitable for all ages. Please check these details when booking your child onto a game.
- All Game Masters will be asked to use social safety tools at their tables, and all games will have been screened by the organisers prior to approval. That doesn't guarantee something might not come up in the free form storytelling roleplaying games taking place on some tables. Check in with your child periodically to ensure they're having fun.
- The venue is centuries old and is open to the public. All participants young or old need to be aware of their surroundings both to be a good neighbour and guest, but also to avoid hazards likes slips, trips and falls.
- The event organiser holds an Enhanced DBS Check, and health safety and wellbeing measures for the event have been reviewed by organisers and Cadw staff.
- Headline safety information including reference to safety tools are available on the Safety and Wellbeing page of this site, and full details are available on request via an email to firstname.lastname@example.org