Hull’s Angels Tabletop Gaming Club


About Us

Hull’s Angels Wargaming club has been a home for gamers since 2007. The club provides a safe, welcoming community for local tabletop gamers, board gamers and role players to paint, play and chat together.

The club was initially set up by Ross Pemble, who was an art teacher at Winifred Holtby School in Hull. The club started in 2007 as an after-school club. We then moved to a new venue in the Hull YPI Building on Grimston Street in 2011. Moving to another location within the same Building in 2015.

In 2019, we became Hull’s Angels Wargaming Ltd. This allowed us to have a bank account and to have a lease in the company name – a huge step for the club!

After the busiest winter that Hull’s Angels had ever seen, we were unfortunately forced to close in March 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Whilst this was a hammer blow for the local community, being incorporated meant that we could claim the coronavirus grants that we needed to continue paying our overheads.

In April 2021 the club was told that we had 6 months to leave the venue as the room was being turned into flats. Again, this was another setback, but the committee worked hard on finding a new venue that was perfect for the club… and we found it. A lease has been signed for the space above Boyes on Whitefriargate. The community have really come together to make sure the building is perfect for us and will serve us well for the next decade.

In February 2022, Hull’s Angels was reborn, like a phoenix from the ashes, with a new shiny venue, a massive events schedule, and even more opportunities for our community to grow.