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Society Meetings

All-day meetings are generally held twice at year at the Royal Philatelic Society premises in London, with lunch taken at a nearby restaurant for those interested.

We also hold a regular regional meeting at the Westcountry exhibition "Swinpex".

In addition, a number of online meetings via Zoom are now being planned.


Display frames at a recent meeting

2024 Programme

Saturday 23 March 2024

At the Royal Philatelic Society, London: 15 Abchurch Lane, London EC4N 7BW starting at 10.30 am and finishing at approx. 4.00 pm.

11.00 am Society's Annual General Meeting

Display: details to be announced.

This will be followed by the Society’s ‘One Sheet Competition’. All members present will be asked to vote for their choice of winner before lunch. The session after lunch will be for members’ displays. A maximum of 32 sheets on a postal stationery theme, and to give a display of not more than 10 minutes with a further 10 minutes for viewing.


Saturday 8 June 2024

Swinpex, Grange Leisure & Community Centre, Stratton St. Margaret, Swindon, SN3 4JY, 2.00pm to 4.00pm.

Joint meeting with the Great Britain Philatelic Society.

Swinpex will be open from 10.00 am to 4.30 pm with ample free parking.

There will be plenty of dealers at this event (over 40) so there will be lots of opportunities for you to add to your collection. There will be an excellent catering facility within the fair.

Members are invited to display up to 30 sheets from their collection and to give a short explanation of about 10 minutes maximum.


Saturday 5 October 2024

At the Royal Philatelic Society, London: 15 Abchurch Lane, London EC4N 7BW starting at 10.30 am and finishing at approx. 4.00 pm.

Approximate timings:

10.30 am Viewing of the society's auction lots for the auction to be held in the afternoon.
11.00 am Society's Annual General Meeting.
12.00 Tony Chilton 16/32 sheet competition judging, followed by the presentation of the Tony Chilton salver.
12.30 pm Lunch
2.00 pm The society's "live" auction to be conducted by Neil Sargent.