This is a fun game to play in-between main and dessert. Each player reveals three things about themselves; two true, one false. The aim is to define which is the lie. The rest of the table work together to ask questions to try to figure out the truth. The most fun part is hearing everyone battle it out to reach a consensus.
Classic board games
Snakes and Ladders, Cluedo, Noughts and Crosses, Risk, Trivial Pursuit, Battleships, and Jenga (not quite a board game we know). We turn to our well-worn board games when the bigger-group games come to an end and we break away into little pockets of people who, after refuelling on early evening turkey and stuffing sandwiches, return for rounds two, three, and four with a patient parent, slightly sloshed uncle, and a very merry cousin or two.