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The Mold Deputy Mayor, Sarah Taylor, joined the club for our Christmas party this year. Sarah, who is also a governor for the charity that runs the Daniel Owen Community Centre, was very impressed by the size of the club and the sense of community we foster. We are a significant contributor to the Daniel Owen Centre, and their largest organised group. The centre has been critical to our survival and growth as a club, but it is far more than bricks and mortar building. It has become a home.


Karen, the manager and her frankly unstoppable army of volunteer helpers, are relentlessly helpful, welcoming and funny. We offer each and every one of them our thanks and a very Merry Christmas. The club made personal donations of chocolates to all of the centre staff, as well as committing to a donation to the centre funds to the value of £200.


John Woolley, Chairman of Deeside Defenders and Deputy Mayor Sara Taylor on the donation of £200

We also discussed with the Deputy Mayor, the partnership we have with battle Games and Model in Saltney and the various ways we are seeking to have business and club help each other. Sarah left the party admitting to be 'blown away' by the community that we have built and are building and the positive effect on the centre.


Well done everyone in the club.



Thanks to Josh Townley for handling the invitations and penning the following submission, which has been passed to the local papers along with the above photograph courtesy of Adam Stoddart.


A bustling hub of diversity, camaraderie, and excitement awaits those seeking an experience at the Deeside Defenders Gaming Club (Mold). Over 60 people, including volunteers, members and the deputy mayor, helped Celebrate The club's 4th anniversary at the Daniel Owen Center this Thursday; this club has not only grown significantly in recent years but has become a welcoming haven for over a hundred members from all walks of life.
Three years ago, the Deeside Defenders faced a significant challenge when they lost their historic home. However, adversity brought opportunity, and their partnership with the Daniel Owen Center,Mold was born. This collaboration proved to be a symbiotic relationship, as the club found a new venue and became instrumental in supporting and revitalizing the Daniel Owen Center.
Beyond its commendable support for the centre, the Deeside Defenders have expanded their offerings, catering to diverse interests. Board games, Role Playing Games, and wargaming, such as Dungeons & Dragons and Warhammer. Evenings are regular features twice a week, fostering an inclusive environment for members of every gender, and background.
Moreover, the club hosts engaging weekend events for members and the wider public, encouraging everyone to participate, have fun, and forge new connections.
The club's growth, inclusivity, and commitment to fostering a welcoming atmosphere have driven its success. It's not just a club; it's a community where everyone finds a place to belong and thrive.
Whether you're a seasoned enthusiast or a curious newcomer, the Deeside Defenders beckon you to be part of their vibrant community. Take the plunge, explore new interests, and forge lasting connections - all under one roof at the Daniel Owen Center.
For further information on how to join or upcoming events, prospective members are encouraged to reach out to the Deeside Defenders or visit the Daniel Owen Center.
"We want to extend an open invitation to everyone in the area," Said John Wolley, Chairman of Deeside Defenders. "Our doors are wide open, and your first-time membership is on us! Come join us every Thursday from 6:30 PM at the Daniel Owen Center. Challenge yourself, meet new people, and make friends - all while having a fantastic time."
The club's growth, inclusivity, and commitment to fostering a welcoming atmosphere have driven its success. It's not just a club; it's a community where everyone finds a place to belong and thrive.
Whether you're a seasoned enthusiast or a curious newcomer, the Deeside Defenders beckon you to be part of their vibrant community. Take the plunge, explore new interests, and forge lasting connections - all under one roof at the Daniel Owen Center.
For further information on how to join or upcoming events, prospective members are encouraged to reach out to the Deeside Defenders or visit the Daniel Owen Center.
The Deeside Defenders - www.deesidedefenders.org
We meet at Daniel Owen Association Community Centre Earl Road, Mold, Flintshire, North Wales
Wednesday Role Playing Games, 7-10pm Thursday Board and Wargames, 6-11pm,
£2 per night. First night free!

Thanks Josh!


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