Discover what home means to you, on a journey through the ages of life. Explore family, shelter, community, the world around you, and your own inner peace. Discuss what life events bring you and how your character affects your decisions. Compete or collaborate, the choice is yours.
Journey Home is a board game for 2 to 6 players, age 12+, with an optional role-playing element. Each player starts at home, is born in a different position in life, has certain life-long qualities, and is faced with certain events and choices.
The aim is to go home, and the game ends when one or more players have completed the journey and acquired the necessary number of tokens.
The relationship and characters of the players develops during the game, with discussions that will deepen their understanding of home, and with possibilities for co-operation. Journey Home is a game to help you discover what it means to be at home.
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The game costs £26 plus £4 for UK postage and packing. For overseas postage, please contact us.
If you would rather pay by cheque the game costs £29 including UK P&P, please send your details via this form so that we can invoice you.
Journey Home game is based on the book of the same name (formerly The O of Home) by Jennifer Kavanagh See website...
Wood and paper from sustainable sources, plastic recyclable.
A significant percentage of the profits will be going to a national charity for homeless people.
Jennifer Kavanagh worked in publishing for nearly thirty years, the last fourteen as an independent literary agent.
Since selling her business in 1997, she has run a community centre in London's East End, worked with street homeless people and refugees, set up a microcredit programme in London, and worked as a research associate for the Prison Reform Trust.
She currently writes books, gives talks, workshops and retreats, sets up microcredit programmes in Africa and facilitates conflict resolution workshops for Alternatives to Violence (AVP), both in prison and in the community. See www.jenniferkavanagh.com
A Fine Art graduate, Andrew Connolly worked in publishing, advertising and printing, before becoming a graphic designer working for top London–based architects and design consultants specializing in corporate identity.
He then became a theatre producer, co-producing plays on the London theatre scene and overseas and handling design and print, for several theatres.
After studying traditional charcoal drawing and oil painting techniques at art colleges and ateliers for the last four years, he is now a practising artist working in naturalistic figurative style from his studio in south London. A Master Practitioner of NLP, he is a keen writer and traveller,
Contact Andrew on 07740 553679