eastwood epping philatelic society

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Our February 2021 meeting was socially distanced and masks were worn.

About Us

The Eastwood - Epping Philatelic Society was first formed in 1950. In the halcyon days of the 1980s its membership topped 112. Nowadays it hovers around the 90 mark and remains one of the strongest philatelic clubs in the Sydney area.

Its poorly kept secrets are the superb displays, the monthly auctions and hearty fellowship.

For more information about our club or if you would like to become a member please contact our Secretary (contact details below).

Affiliated with

The Philatelic Association of NSW (PHILAS)

​Services

Competitions

Library

Sale by tender

Exchange or circuit books

Guest speakers

Membership fees

Adults $10.00 per annum

Juniors $2.00 per annum

Payable in October

Meeting Time

  First Tuesday of each month (including   January and December)

  Doors Open 7.15 pm

  Meeting commences 7.45 pm

Meeting Place

  Epping Presbyterian Church Hall

  Corner Bridge & Rawson Streets,

  Epping

  (entry from Rawson Street)

How To Get There

   5 minute walk from Epping Station

Map

 

 

 

 

Contact Us

   Hon. Secretary:

   Mr Keith Emery

   P O Box 165

   Eastwood  NSW 2122

   Phone: 9809 1584

2022 Programme

1 February

   Display:  Revenue stamps of Australian

                  states by Andrew Foldes

1 March

   Display:  Life is a Beach by Mike Nibbs

5 April

   Members displays:  Cinderellas

3 May

   Sale-by-tender

7 June

   Display:  Australia Post 'Impressions'

                  by George Petridis

 

5 July

   Display:  Butterflies on Stamps

               by John Peters

2 August

   Presentation:  Using computer to write-

         up your album pages by James Ross

6 September

   Display:  The Changing Face of Europe

                   a Philas display from the late

                   Cyril McCullough

4 October

   Sale-by-tender

1 November

   Display:  On Tour by Paul Storm

6 December  Sale-by-tender; sales

Club page updated 13/2/2022