Check out this Thongsbridge gaming shop which has its own miniature Gotham City – Huddersfield Examiner

Gamers can be found re-enacting war while nestled in a Holme Valley village.

The unique Holmfirth Gaming Centre has been open for 12 months now and its owners Jay and Lynette Muffitt have unveiled expansion plans.

Holmfirth Gaming Centre is a miniature table-top gaming centre, with its own gaming shop and café, plus they’re bidding to extend the cafe and have space for more gaming or art.

Owners Jay and Lynette Muffitt of Holmfirth Gaming Centre, Albion Mill, Thongsbridge.

Lynette said: “We’re a miniature table-top gaming centre, with everything from board and card games to miniature table-top games with re-enactments of war or Gotham City.

“It’s very old school, there’s no computer games, we have everything from Batman figures to World War II scenes, Zulu, the Marvel characters such as Catwoman and Incredible Hulk, fantasy games such as Warhammer 40,000, Game of Thrones and Hobbit.

“We’ve been open 12 months now and it’s going well.”

The idea was Jay’s, an engineer at Longley Farm. He loved gaming as a child but stopped in his 20s.

After he and Lynette had twin boys, Mason and Theo, now aged seven, he got back into gaming and the couple set up the new venture at Albion Mills, off Miry Lane in Thongsbridge .

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Lynette added: “The unit only had one toilet and needed a lot of work, we revamped it all, brought in the tables, made the table top models and games and opened the shop.

“It has proven popular with children. Unless you’re into sport such as rugby, football or cricket there isn’t much for children to do, so we get a lot of children coming in.

“It’s amazing to watch because with the miniature table top games they’re using strategy and maths

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