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The Society will be 50 in 2020.

To commemorate this milestone, a special offer of two years' membership for one will be offered to any new member who mentions this website.

Please note that the telephone number for the Solihull Tennis / Cricket Club is no longer available. If you need to contact the Society, please contact the Secretary on 01564 776879

Gerald Marriner has now selected the St Johns Hotel in Solihull for the 50th Anniversary Dinner on Friday 17thApril. Meet from 19:30 for a 20:00 start. Free parking is available at the hotel.

A three course meal, including coffee, is planned. There will be a choice of lamb or a vegetarian option. Drinks extra, although the Committee may be persuaded to release some funds if you all ask nicely


KNOWLE STAMP FAIR, KNOWLE VILLAGE HALL, 3rd Sunday of Each Month, 9:30am – 3:00pm


. The Stamp & Postcard Club

Daytime Meetings in Solihull

A stamp & postcard club has been formed under the auspices of the Solihull Philatelic Society.

Meetings are held on the SECOND THURSDAY of the month starting on Thursday 12th September at the Solihull Tennis/Cricket Club, Marsh Lane, Solihull. B91 2PF from 10.30 am 12.30 pm.

All are welcome, £1.50 including tea/coffee & biscuits. Free parking.

Further details will be published on this website in due course, or phone the Secretary, Paul Woodness 01564 776 879


The Society is one of the few to hold regularly weekly meetings from September to April. In addition there are sociable monthly meetings in the "close" season in nearby Knowle.

The Programme Secretary provides a diverse range of guests and presentations, as well as specialised Great Britain and Commonwealth philately.

Members interests range from stamps to postal stationery and from postcards to postal orders.

All meetings start at 8:00 pm during the spring and autumn, but at 7:30 pm during the winter months. The clubhouse is open 30 minutes before the meeting for members to look through the many auction catalogues and sales lists which we receive on  a regular basis, borrow books and catalogues from the Society Library, order accessories, ask about any philatelic matters, buy, sell, or exchange stamps with other members or simply have a drink and an informal chat.

If you intend to sell all or part of your collection, or have a friend or member of your fam ily, we may be able to advise you how to dispose the collection.

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