Royal Wootton Bassett
The most difficult aspect of trying to get the interest of outsiders is getting the outsiders to the venue in the first place. In the absence of interested parties, we had to find something else to do. So our little games day consisted primarily of members in attendance playing games with each other.
I say "primarily", because Mrs S was in attendance for a short time, watching how engaged we were in Navegador. After a morning of games with tenuous Irish links (it being St Patrick's Day, after all), we played this over lunch. It was enjoyed by all, and when we decided to a break until the evening, even our spectator took an interest in returning for the evening session.
We wandered around the oft-filmed village of Lacock for a while, enjoyed a cream tea, did some shopping and returned to the club for the evening session. Mrs S joined one of the tables, playing the Irish-themed game of Keltis, followed by On the Underground.
So all in all, the rather quiet response brought success in another way.