Spotlight of the Week – Rolling Bones Society

London students! It's your time to shine in Spotlight. Because this week in the Spotlight, we are introducing a London-based society that loves miniature painting, tabletop roleplaying games, or hanging out playing a variety of different games with friends! Tabletop gaming is a fun hobby with many different types of games, including board games, roleplaying games, and tabletop wargames. Painted miniatures make playing these games even more exciting and immersive than unpainted ones.

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Rolling Bones Society

London students! It's your time to shine in Spotlight. Because this week in the Spotlight, we are introducing a London-based society that loves miniature painting, tabletop roleplaying games, or hanging out playing a variety of different games with friends! Tabletop gaming is a fun hobby with many different types of games, including board games, roleplaying games, and tabletop wargames. Painted miniatures make playing these games even more exciting and immersive than unpainted ones. 

 

Rolling Bones is a friendly, welcoming, and inclusive group of dedicated miniature painters and tabletop role players who enjoy creating a fun and safe space for people interested in getting involved, no matter whether they are experts or total beginners! The Society is run by Dayo Adebajo (Manager), Gwen Maxwell (Communications Officer), Steve Mizen (Wellbeing and Inclusion Officer) and Lilijana Blazeviciute (Finance Officer). 

 

 

Rolling Bones Activities and Events

 

So far this year, Rolling Bones has run many different meetups surrounding Miniature Painting, Dungeons and Dragons, Hero Quest, and even trips to the local board game café Rule Zero for an evening of friendship and fun! During all their events, Rolling Bones has ensured a warm and welcoming atmosphere for all students to relax after hard days of working on assignments. 

 

Rolling Bones has also taken a great initiative to ensure that Rule Zero is a welcoming place for students, working with them to give society members a wonderful external event location where they can come together for evenings of fun and food! 

  

 Rolling Bones has also taken the wonderful steps to welcome students of other Here East universities to taster sessions of these external events, bringing students across here East together and contributing to a wonderful student community in London!

 

Benefits of Joining the Rolling Bones Society

 

Engaging in the diverse range of meetups organised by the Society, such as Miniature Painting, Dungeons and Dragons, Hero Quest, and visits to local board game cafés like Rule Zero, fosters a sense of community and camaraderie among members.

Students can relax, destress, and socialise at these gatherings after a long day of studying. It's a great opportunity to make friends and build a supportive community within the university.

Rolling Bones collaborates with other universities for their events, which creates a diverse and inclusive student community in London. This approach also helps members expand their network and opportunities for future collaborations, internships, or careers.

 

Being part of a diverse community helps you become more adaptable, culturally aware, and better at networking. These qualities can benefit you both personally and professionally.

 

How to join Rolling Bones Society?

 

Joining the Society is a very simple and easy process. However, you will have to go through the online registration process to become a member so that they can keep you up to date with their upcoming events. Their membership only costs £5 annually. Follow the below process to become a member.

 

For more information, you can reach out to them on their Instagram at - @rollingbonesSUL and Discord group here.

Next week, we will introduce another society; keep watching this space and follow us on our Instagram @staffsunion_ldl  to show some love!

 

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