Campbelltown District Philatelic Society
We have a new meeting venue. It is the
Senior Citizens Hall
at 91 Queen Street.
Display: New Zealand Scarcities
by David Miner
Display: Australian States by Tony Bailey
Display: Australian Art by Bill Richardson
Annual Quiz by Phil Morehouse
AGM and Mega Auction
Display: Private Local Posts of Denmark
by Win Morehouse
Display: Flags on Stamps by Alan Mayhew
Charity Auction and social evening
Campbelltown District Philatelic Society held their April meeting on Wednesday 14th where they donated $1000 to the charity We Are Community Incorporated. The cheque was presented by Club President Bill Richardson to Paul Mackin and Skye Betts co-founders of the Macarthur based charity. This completely volunteer run charity provides meals, hygiene packs and blankets amongst other things to vulnerable people all year round.
Paul, The Director of the charity, gave an informative talk on what the charity does after which we had supper followed by a wonderful presentation by Ian Dolstra entitled Ladies with Altitude. To finish off the night we had the auction which allowed members to snap up some bargains. Overall we had a nice meeting in which we were able to help a section of society less fortunate than us.
sale by tender
exchange or circuit books
wheel chair access
loan of philatelic accessories
$1.00 - Joining fee
$5.00 - Annual Membership fee
$40.00 - 10 years Membership
The Fisher's Ghost Stamp Fair is held on the first Sunday of November each year. Watch this web site for details later in the year.
Our club was formed in 1972 to provide a venue for stamp collectors to meet on a regular basis to further their hobby. This ideal continues today with members meeting regularly on a monthly basis to discuss, exchange, purchase and generally enjoy stamp collecting.
We regularly display items from our collections and enjoy a warm and friendly social interaction at the same time.
Our club promotes stamp collecting in the Macarthur area by holding stamp fairs, advertising club meetings and talking on the local community radio.
We have around 25 - 30 regular members attending the monthly meetings.