to the Caledonian Philatelic Society promoting
stamp collecting and philately in the Glasgow area since 1906.
are held on Thursdays at . prompt according to the syllabus,
in Room 542 (5th floor)
Graham Hills Building, Universityof Strathclyde,
the links to find out more about our Society, which was founded
in 1906. We have moved click
here for map of new meeting place.
Next meeting 7th April
2016 at Perth
This year marks the 110th
Anniversary of the founding of the Caledonian Philatelic Society
in 1906. The Society will host the Association of Scottish
Philatelic Societies at the Dewars Centre in Perth on April 15
and 16, 2016.Many different activities will take place over the
year as part of these Celebrations. Click
here for details.
Visitors will receive a warm
welcome, however regular visitors are encouraged
to join the Society, the current annual subscription is £10 (an
out of town subscription is also available).
Membership benefits include
access to the Caledonian Philatelic Society exchange packet
circuit, impartial philatelic advice should you or your family
wish to dispose of a collection and a personal email account @caledonianphilatelic.org.uk,
subject to availability.
The Caledonian Philatelic Society now has its own domain
www.caledonianphilatelic.org.uk If you have saved our
old address to your favourites then delete it and bookmark this
one. One of the benefits this brings to members is that they
can now have a free email account, subject to availability, such
as your name email@example.com Contact the
webmaster with your proposed email name if you wish to take up
Uddingston Stamp & Postcard Group
If you are at
a loose end on the 2nd Monday of every month, then this daytime
club is the place to be. Sponsored by the Caledonian Philatelic
Society the meetings take place in the Park Church Hall, Main
Street, Uddingston from 10am-12 noon. Attendance fee £1 per
meeting includes tea/coffee and biscuits, served from 9.30am. Entry to the hall is
from Church Street, opposite the Post Office. There is car
parking nearby. Buses from Glasgow, Motherwell and Hamilton
districts stop in Main Street and the Railway Station is a five
minute walk away.
2014 saw the 5th anniversary of the group click