About Cardiff North Branch
Nestled in the shadow of the iconic Castell Coch, on the edge of the Welsh Capital, RP Haven Cardiff North is the place to be for TableTop Gaming, and we’re just a stone’s throw from the M4 and the A470.
Cardiff North Branch joined the RP Haven Family in 2018 after a long and prosperous tenure as an independent Role Play club, and as such is home to a wealth of table top knowledge.
We’re currently based out of the Old Church Rooms in Radyr and meet up every Wednesday between 7pm and 11pm for some much needed nonsense. Our venue doesn’t provide any food, so please feel free to bring your own to heat up using the venue’s kitchen facilities – or if that doesn’t take your fancy, there are a few high quality restaurants in the area that can provide take-out.
Planes, trains and automobiles! – Well, trains and automobiles anyway – Radyr has its very own train station, located less than a mile from the venue, and is also fed by 4 separate bus routes (62, 63, 122, & 124), Some of which have bus stops right outside the venue. The venue is accessible by all, and also has its own car park including priority parking spaces for those that need them (and there is free on-street parking nearby at busy times)
We typically run for 5 groups of 5-6 players, but are looking to expand even further from January 2024, so there’s never been a better time to come along, have a look around, and get signed up for a game. We play a wide range of systems, including Warhammer Fantasy, Fallout, Cyberpunk, Alien RPG, and of course a healthy amount of Dungeons and Dragons!
Old Church RoomsPark RoadRadyr Cardiff CF15 8DF
Every year, the branch hosts an Annual Branch Meeting (ABM) during the month of its establishment. Interested members may apply to become a volunteer committee and shape the club future.
Branch Established: June 2019
Join The Committee: Click Here
The members of this branch have voted to support the charity LATCH – The Welsh children’s cancer charity
LATCH supports the children and their families who are being treated by the Oncology Unit at the Children’s Hospital of Wales, whose catchment area stretches from Chepstow in the South to Aberystwyth in the North. Around 70 new cases are diagnosed every year.
– Wheelchair access
– Disabled Toilet.
– This branch is 18+ only
Food and Drink?
– This is a community centre, so no alcoholic drinks allowed
– You can bring food and drinks with you.