I have had a copy of the book for while but I haven't had a chance to play or master a game of Myfarog yet, insisting on playing in person as I do. I hail from Manchester in the north west of England so if anybody knows of anything there feel free to tell. In the meanwhile I am happy to talk about Myfarog and RPGs in general. I own Runequest third ed, Basic Fantasy, Myfarog, Hillfolk, DnD 5e and a copy of a D20 wild west RPG is on its way to me, so if anybody is nearby and wants to play those I can do.
I haven't as of yet, I am sure there must be several, maybe more if there was more player support for it. I think the main problem is that a lot of the scene here is run by people who think Myfarog is racist (and everything else too) if I was a more experienced GM I could set up a retro roleplaying club to weed out people like that.
I'm also from the UK, so I know how it is to some extent. My friend Will made a good video on addressing the negativity and supposed massive amounts of racism that MYFAROG brings to the table. Unfortunately I don't know any gamers in the Manchester area. I'd much rather stick with a "Politically Incorrect" game like MYFAROG than the more SJW games like D&D and Pathfinder.
I know there were some British members in the facebook group (including The Gardener), so I am sure any locals will soon make their way here and make themselves known. Hillfolk seems like a very unique and brilliant RP system. Hopefully we'll see more discussion of it in non-MYFAROG threads
The name is a bit misleading, the name refers to a recommended setting for first time players but a better name for it would be it's system "the Drama system" built on the idea of characters being intimately linked and dependent on each other for various reasons and it can be set in almost any time and place.