A computer gaming group in Huddersfield is ready to move to the next level thanks to Comoodle and the Jane Khalaf Fund.
Cyber-Axe Gaming have been meeting at the Fund’s office, which is based at Med-One restaurant on Southgate, since last September. The group hold weekly meetings and games sessions and are now looking to move to larger premises.
Luke Miller, 22, one of the group’s managers said: ‘We needed somewhere to bring people together, if they find it hard to meet other people. We’ve provided our own television but any donations of extra PS3 games are always welcome.
‘We just want this to be a place where anyone can come in, play a game, have fun and make friends.’
The Jane Khalaf Fund was set up to raise awareness of the dangers of drink spiking, and was the first organisation in Kirklees to share their office space free of charge via Comoodle. This means that newly formed groups like Cyber-Axe can access a short-term venue until they are ready to grow and expand. Jason Nealy, 31, another of the group’s managers said: ‘There used to be a video game place in Huddersfield but it closed down, so we want to get this new location established.’
If you would like to donate games to Cyber-Axe, or to find out more, email us at [email protected]
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