Date(s) - Sat 30th Sep - Sun 1st Oct, 2023
12:00pm - 11:59am

Moniack Mhor, Kiltarlity, Inverness-shire , IV4 7HT

Are you care experienced and aged 14-30?

Join experienced Games Masters John Moley, Richmond Clements and Rachel Humphries for a day of roleplaying games!

You’ll have the chance to try Dungeons and Dragons, Star Wars, or create something original through Fate Core. All you need to bring is your imagination and a thirst for storytelling!

This is an overnight activity.

Please e-mail any enquiries to Jon and Vicky at:


Or you can call the Creativity and Care team on: 01463 592828


  • Meals and snacks
  • Accommodation
  • All gaming materials



A selfie in front of a powerplant. John is a white man with shoulder length brown hair and a beard. He has a wide, friendly smile and wears a pale blue shirt and cream blazer. The sky is grey and cloudy.John Moley has always loved tabletop games – you know, the ones that involve dice, or cards, or counters… or all three! It didn’t take long, however, for him to realise that most of them were bad. So, as a youngster, he spent a lot of his time creating new ones with his friends. Then, around 2011, the games in the shops started getting really good and now he’s on a mission to make sure you find a tabletop game that you can love. John’s business, Zero to Gamenight, hosts gaming sessions and events for players of any age, whether they’re new to the hobby or experienced veterans. Before starting the business, John worked with young people across a number of roles, from church youth worker to mad scientist. Here’s a selfie he took at a nuclear power plant…



Against a blue backdrop, Richmond and Carrie Fisher have their arms around each other. Richmond wears a black t-shirt and trousers, with rectangular framed glasses, while Carrie wears a colourful, sparkly red and blue dress. She is also wearing rectangular glasses, and they both have their hair in ponytails.Richmond Clements has been a games master and role player for many many years. He is the writer of the graphic novels Turning Tiger, The Chimera Factor, Tam O’Shanter and countless other comics and short stories. He has forgotten more about Star Wars than you will ever know. This is both a blessing and a curse.





Bookings open below!

The Life Changes Trust was established by The National Lottery Community Fund in April 2013 with a ten year endowment of £50 million to support transformational improvement in the quality of life, well-being, empowerment and inclusion of three key groups in Scotland: people living with dementia, unpaid carers of those with dementia and young people with care experience. The Trust concluded their ten year tenure in March 2022Moniack Mhor is a formal legacy partner of the Life Changes Trust.


This course is now fully booked. Please contact us on or 01463 741 675 to be added to the waiting list.

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