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All meetings are held at the Court Hey Methodist Church Hall. in the upper room (first floor). Meetings will commence at 2.15pm (Room open at 2.00pm) and finish at 4.00pm.

Visitors are assured of a warm welcome.

20th September Recent acquisitions and bourse  
4th October
Brian Lythgoe French Cameroons
18th October Patrick Williams Southern Africa
1st November Cup competition (16 sheets max)
15th November

Tommy Wilcox

M Porter Irish Railway Letter Stamps

M Roberts Liverpool Postal History

29th November Members Afternoon The story behind the stamp/cover
13th December Christmas Meeting
10th January Members Afternoon The Presidents initials DCM
24th January Presidents Evening: David Moss Czech the mails
7th February Matthew Clough The stamps and postal history of Cochin
21st February Susan & Dunbcan Crewe The Chinese connection
7th March Tony Goodbody Clitheroe Postal History
21st March Jack Levin Yet more from the attic
4th April Visit from Crosby PS
18th April

Malcome Jones Imperial Airways Eastern route

Ray Oates Postage dues

9th May

Eric Jones Edward VIII

Bob Stam TBC

23rd May

Peter Williams Saar

David Moss Czech silesia

6th June AGM
20th June Members Afternoon An absolute bargin

For access to Court Hey Methodist Church, there are frequent trains to Broad Green Station from Lime Street.

The Halton and District Bus service 61 stops outside the venue. This operates every 15 minutes from Liverpool 1.

The Church is on the A5080 on Bowring Park road which runs parallel to the M62. The venue is just east of the National Wildfower Centre.

If you are driving from Liverpool City Centre or Queens Drive, do not use the M62 at the Rocket but ensure you take the slip road on the left. The venue will be on your right after the Wildflower Centre.

If you are coming from the east on the M62, use exit 5 and take the A5080 towards the city. The Church Hall is now on your right about 400m from the roundabout.




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