Leading pork pie manufacturers, Pork Farms are one step closer to finding their Board Games Champion with the announcement of their semi-finalists this week ahead of the grand final to be held during National Board Games Week at the end of April.
I'm pretty excited that I've been invited along to take part in the semi finals over in Orpington this coming Friday.
I don't think there's anything more entertaining than a good board game.
After a week of preliminary heats, which saw over 40 UK micro pubs participate, Pork Farms, who joined forces with the Micro pub Association have announced their top-scoring winners who will be going on to the next round. And we can now reveal the winning micro pubs heading for the semi-finals are:
- Anchored In Worthing, Worthing
- One Inn The Wood, Orpington
- Penny Farthing, Crayford
- The Last Post Derbyshire, Derby
- Bake & Ale House, Kent
- Early Doors, Daventry
Micro pub landlords up and down the country have awarded their competitors with recognition for taking part in this successful campaign. The micro pubs going on to the semi-finals will be held at award-winning micro pub, 'One Inn the Wood' in Orpington, Kent on April 30;
to decide who goes on to the grand final later that day.
Kim Burgess, Head of Markets for Pork Farms said: "We’d like to thank all who participated in the first round of the championships and look forward to the semi-final and grand final results."
With the first-round battles showcasing the quickest players and the sharpest minds officially over, Pork Farms want to thank all those who participated during the heats.
To keep up-to-date with all the stages of the championships visit: www.boardgameschampionships.co.uk