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2020-21 Meetings of the Society

Virtual Meetings

new As ordinary meetings of the Society are cancelled until further notice, we have held virtual meetings of members using Zoom. The first was at 9am on Saturday 30 May and 36 people took part including several members from New Zealand. A second virtual meeting was held on Saturday 27 June and a third on Saturday 25 July. The time was changed to 9pm so that members in both New Zealand and the USA can take part. The fourth meeting was on Friday 25 September at 9pm.

The AGM took place on Zoom on Saturday 28 November at 11am. The fifth Zoom virtual meeting of members took place on Saturday 19 December at 9pm and had a Christmas theme. The next meeting is on Saturday 23 January at 8am to suit New Zealand members. Lindsay Chitty, President of the Royal Philatelic Society of New Zealand, will give a presentation on King Country Postcards, with opportunity for other members to display items on this theme.

The presentations at the meetings are available here in a password protected folder whose user name and password has been sent to all members.

Residential Weekend

Unfortunately, the Residential Meeting on Friday 25th to Sunday 27th September at the Copthorne Hotel, Quayside, Newcastle-upon-Tyne NE1 3RT has had to be cancelled. It is planned for the meeting to take place in the Spring on 21 - 23 May at the same venue.

National Meetings

Members are very welcome to attend any meeting of the Society. Potential members are welcome as guests. All meetings are notified in The Kiwi.

Unfortunately all meetings have had to be cancelled and have been replaced by virtual meetings as described above.

Midland Group

Meeting on 15 February in St Anne's Church Hall, Park Hill, Moseley, Birmingham B13 8EU, starting at 2pm.

North of England Group

Meetings on Saturdays at St. Luke's Church, Lodge Road, Orrell, Wigan WN5 7AT at 12.30pm

Scottish Group

Unfortunately all meetings have had to be cancelled.

NZ2020 International Stamp Exhibition, Auckland, 19th to 22nd March 2020
Further details about the Auckland Exhibition

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