Lanarkshire Philatelic Society

 

Draft Calendar of Events for 2020/2021

 

Please remember all these dates/meetings are provisional

EVERYTHING is dependant on what we can/cannot do following the COVID19 pandemic.

 

Our meeting place is 

Hamilton Caledonian Bowling Club, Motherwell Road, Hamilton ML3 7BL

(unless marked otherwise)

 

(Note access is from the large roundabout as you enter Hamilton from the M74/Motherwell)

 

 

All meetings start at 7.30pm prompt.

 

Anyone with an interest in Stamps, Postcards or Postal History is always made very welcome.

 

This list is correct at 6 June 2020. 

Other dates/events/society visits may be added at a later date.

 

 

2020



4 September AGM & "President's Evening" Report
18 September Mrs. Margaret Morris FRPSL presents "Aspects of Astronomy" Report
2 October Mr. Kenneth Norris FRPSL (Prov) Report
3 October South West Congress, Prestwick Community Centre, Prestwick......CANCELLED

Kirkcudbright PS will host in 2021.

9 October "Members' Night" Report
16/17 October Scotex, Dewars Centre, Perth......CANCELLED
23 to 25 October Dundee Philatelic Weekend.
23 October Mrs. Maureen Mathieson Report
6 November Dr. Stewart Gardiner FRPSL presents "3 Kings" Report
20 November Mr. Graham U'ren presents “Flightless Birds ~ Jings, nae Wings!” Report
04 December Annual Bourse (Sorry, LPS Members Only)
18 December "Members' Night" Report

 

2021



8 January The Committee "Entertain"! Report
22 January Mr. David Rossall presents "Versailles" Report
5 February Mrs. Ellen Currie Report
6 February LPS Annual Exhibition & Fair, St Mary's Church, Avon Street, Motherwell.
9 February LPS Committee Meeting
12 February Meeting still to be confirmed Report
5 March Auction Night
19 March "Members' Night"~~~~"8 Sheets or 50p" Report
2 April ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (Sorry, LPS Members Only)
16/17 April ASPS Congress, Dewars Centre, Perth. 

Kirkcudbright Philatelic Society are hosts for 2021.

 

Please remember all these dates/meetings are provisional

EVERYTHING is dependant on what we can/cannot do following the COVID19 pandemic.