to the local Philatelic Society and Stamp Club
serving the St Albans area.
We believe we have much to offer if you :
don’t collect but would enjoy our talks and displays
are looking for a new hobby
have a slumbering collection
are an active collector/philatelist unaware of our existence
The Beds & Herts Philatelic Society held its first meeting back in 1933 at Bunty’s Cafe in Harpenden High Street. Since then much has changed in the High Street and so has our name - we are now the St Albans, Harpenden & District Philatelic Society – but still thriving, with monthly meetings from September to May in the School Room, Childwickbury.
So what do we have to offer.........
an evening out with interesting displays on a wide range of topics and good company.
the opportunity to buy or sell stamps from your home which members may do through our “Circulating Packet”- click here for details.
a philatelic Library enabling members to consult or borrow books by prior arrangement via our monthly meetings or by visiting our Librarian in St Albans .For further details telephone 01727 860073. Click here for details of the books held in the Library.
friendly advice - if you would like it!
New members are always welcome, so please take a look at our website and feel free to come along to one or two meetings as a visitor with no obligation to join.
OUR NEXT MEETING
We regret that owing to the coronavirus emergency we have had to cancel our monthly meetings until further notice.
The operation of the Circulating Packet has also been suspended to safeguard our members, but will be resumed shortly.
Further information will be published in due course.
In view of the above, we are running a feature (below) showing items from our members' collections as some compensation for the absence of our usual displays, whilst demonstrating the range of our hobby
Childwick Green - our meeting room is beyond the white gate on the right,
1 - 3 October 2020
Replacing Autumn Stampex at the Business Design Centre that has been cancelled due to the Coronavirius emergency.
FROM MY COLLECTION