Old-school games day in Vange

Old-school games day

Old-school games day

First published in Local News

COMPUTER gaming fans are invited to a charity evening in Vange on Saturday.

More than 20 retro consoles and 500 games dating back to the Seventies will be available at the Riverton Hall, in Bardfield, between 6pm and 10pm.

Admission is £5, but free for the under-tens, with all money raised going to Parkinson’s UK.

For details, call 07507 072694 or email info@cd retrogaming.co.uk

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12:05pm Tue 5 Aug 14

Howard Cháse says...

Big Pong Session in Vange.....
Big Pong Session in Vange..... Howard Cháse
  • Score: 3

12:12pm Tue 5 Aug 14

Controversial1 says...

How about get outside with your kids and encourage more sport etc. no wonder we are in a nation of rising obesity
How about get outside with your kids and encourage more sport etc. no wonder we are in a nation of rising obesity Controversial1
  • Score: -9

12:54pm Tue 5 Aug 14

warrior_of_keys says...

Could say the same to you. Sitting in front of a computer screen reading and commenting on a local new website.

You're so much more productive than a person who plays computer games...
Could say the same to you. Sitting in front of a computer screen reading and commenting on a local new website. You're so much more productive than a person who plays computer games... warrior_of_keys
  • Score: 9

1:07pm Tue 5 Aug 14

Howard Cháse says...

warrior_of_keys wrote:
Could say the same to you. Sitting in front of a computer screen reading and commenting on a local new website.

You're so much more productive than a person who plays computer games...
The irony of this page s that Riverton Hall is within two minutes walking distance of the park/open space/player ng ground at Kent View Road that the locals finslly got Mo (bile) Larkin to save from development but where it is increasingly rare to see kids running around player ng even during the school holidays.

The voting power of lazy dog emptiers who were scared that they might have to do more than go out of their back gate to allow the pooch to park it's breakfast/lunch/dinn
er must have been immense.
[quote][p][bold]warrior_of_keys[/bold] wrote: Could say the same to you. Sitting in front of a computer screen reading and commenting on a local new website. You're so much more productive than a person who plays computer games...[/p][/quote]The irony of this page s that Riverton Hall is within two minutes walking distance of the park/open space/player ng ground at Kent View Road that the locals finslly got Mo (bile) Larkin to save from development but where it is increasingly rare to see kids running around player ng even during the school holidays. The voting power of lazy dog emptiers who were scared that they might have to do more than go out of their back gate to allow the pooch to park it's breakfast/lunch/dinn er must have been immense. Howard Cháse
  • Score: -4

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