Wednesday, 4 August 2021

Stamp, Postal History, Postcard & Militaria fair Banstead Surrey this Saturday!!

I'm pleased to publicise this local fair which , if you are in the Surrey area, would be a great way to test the post-Covid philatelic water.

From a forum post:

If you are in the area this Saturday why not visit the Fair. Although being staged by the Forces Postal History Society all are welcome not just members. Additionally its like a medium sized stamp fair not just Military material. After so long without any fairs its great to see some taking place.


War & Philately

The FORCES POSTAL HISTORY SOCIETY

is pleased to announce a

STAMP and POSTAL HISTORY FAIR

a celebration of a GREAT hobby for all ages

Banstead Community Hall
Park Road, Banstead, Surrey, SM7 3AJ

SATURDAY 7th AUGUST 2021
10.00 – 4.00pm

Exhibition and displays of postal history, stamps and
Postcards, all with a ‘wartime’ theme.
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Why not come and see what the hobby can offer YOU ?

FREE Admittance

Local philatelic and postal history societies’ stands.
Wartime postal items, stamps, stationery, books and
ephemera on display and for sale.

Also similar ‘peacetime’ items as well !!!
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Stamp / postal history / postcard dealers’ tables available

Full details from Peter High: 07842 962703

FREE ample car parking

Refreshments available throughout the day – Tea, Coffee, Soft Drinks, Delicious Cakes and Sandwiches

Buy and sell stamps, postal history and books

See a small display of German POW letters sent from Banstead POW Camp WWII and other postal history displays

Meet and chat with stamp & postal history friends and make new acquaintances

Join your local Philatelic Society here

A few miles from J8 of M25
Train Station & buses within short walk

Funded by FORCES POSTAL HISTORY SOCIETY

Local pubs and shops within short walk
Many Charity Shops in High Street
Waitrose, Tesco & M&S Food in High Street

Dealers’ tables for stamps, postal history, postcards, books and ephemera

Join the FORCES POSTAL HISTORY SOCIETY

 


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