FROM Scrabble to Dungeons and Dragons, a new event at the Wyeside Arts Centre at Builth Wells on Friday, May 24, lets you play a range of board games and get information on others.

The Board Games Day will run from 6 to 9pm with free entry and the chance to put away the screens and enjoy some real life games.

Under 14s must be accompanied by an adults and Dungeons and Dragons is for people over the age of 16 only, and staff and volunteers will be on hand.

The Wyeside has a small library of games with generous members of the community also loaning or donating games. It is hoped the range will grow and that people can also bring their own games to add to the choice.

The range includes Trivial Pursuit, Settlers of Catan, Pandemic and others, plus a table for role playing games such as Dungeons and Dragons.

They also offer a board game dictionary making it easy to choose what you want to play, based on your group size and time, along with a brief description of the games making even lesser known and more complex games accessible to everyone.

Also on hand to help will be Wyeside marketing officer Charlotte Spencer, with volunteers Michael Surian-Holders, Rob Warlow and John Abel, while drinks and snacks will be available from the bar.

Contact the box office on 01982 552555 or visit the website for more information.