This is a relatively simple board game which relies on a little bit of logic and a lucky roll of the dice to win. It's a great game to play and is educational for younger players as it will increase their knowledge of the geography (major towns and cities) of England and Wales.
For 2-4 players, each player is given a set of cards with the names of cities on them. Players then have to roll the dice and move a counter around the board in order to visit each of the cities listed on the cards that they have been given in whichever order they choose and successfully return to their starting point to win. There are various obstacles around the board to make things more interesting.
It's a deceptively simple idea but it can be fiendishly difficult to accomplish, especially if the dice is not on your side. The skill part in the game comes from planning the most efficient route around England. The board and pieces have a nice `30s retro feel. The stylish board is sturdy, the counters are wooden pointers with little wooden cut out cars on them.
These pretty paper napkins with a colourful vintage floral print measure 33cm x 33cm and look great when stored in the raffia napkin trays available (see below). Please also see the pretty vintage teacup napkins available.
These pretty paper napkins with a colourful vintage teacup print measure 33cm x 33cm and look great when stored in the matching raffia napkin trays available (see below). Please also see the pretty floral napkins available.
Rice DK are known for their choice of beautiful colours and playful designs and we love this set of 3 assorted lavender tea towels with stripes and checks and a pretty pom pom edge.
They are 100% cotton, washable at 60 degrees, and measure 70 x 52 cm.
This set of 4 cork coasters with 2 pretty colourful vintage floral prints (2 of each print) measure 10cm x 10cm. Please also see the matching napkins available.