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How Live Action Role Play in Middlesbrough helps people

Members of a long-running Live Action Role Play (Larp) group say the hobby has a positive effect on their lives, even when the costumes are off.

Larp, which became popular in the 1980s and is described as “real-life Dungeons and Dragons”, sees participants create their own characters and act out fantastical battles and scenarios.

Fools & Heroes is a Larp society with about 21 branches across the UK and this Tees Valley branch meets once a month in Flatts Lane Country Park.

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