Solihull Philatelic Society (Click on Logo to return to Home Page) Email Us
Welcome to our Home Page

See the 2016/17 Programme here


Gerald Marriner will be entertaining the Society with a two part display on the Channel Islands. The first is on the International Red Cross Mail Service and the second on the Liberation. Gerald's display will cover not only the postal aspects, but also the social history. Rather than hunker down in front of your television and pay foryour own heating, why not stimulate your brain cells and enjoy an evening with Gerald at the heated clubhouse?"

The display on 21st March will now be "The Army of the Black Sea" by Chris Grimshaw

Please note that the telephone number for the Solihull Tennis / Cricket Club is no longer available. If you need to contact the Society, please contact the Secretary on 01564 776879



KNOWLE STAMP FAIR, KNOWLE VILLAGE HALL, 3rd Sunday of Each Month, 9:30am – 3:00pm


. The New Stamp & Postcard Club

Daytime Meetings in Solihull

A new stamp & postcard club has been formed under the auspices of the Solihull Philatelic Society.

Meetings are held on the SECOND THURSDAY of the month starting on Thursday 8th September at the Solihull Tennis/Cricket Club, Marsh Lane, Solihull. B91 2PF from 10.30 am 12.30 pm.

All are welcome, £1.50 including tea/coffee & biscuits. Free parking.

Further details will be published on this website in due course, or phone the Secretary, Paul Woodness 01564 776 879


The Society is one of the few to hold regularly weekly meetings from September to April. In addition there are sociable monthly meetings in the "close" season in nearby Knowle.

The Programme Secretary provides a diverse range of guests and presentations, as well as specialised Great Britain and Commonwealth philately.

Members interests range from stamps to postal stationery and from postcards to postal orders.

All meetings start at 8.00 pm, but the club is open from 7.15 pm for members to look through the many auction catalogues and sales lists which we receive on  a regular basis, borrow books and catalogues from the Society Library, order accessories, ask about any philatelic matters, buy, sell, or exchange stamps with other members or simply have a drink and an informal chat.

If you intend to sell all or part of your collection, or have a friend or member of your family, we may be able to advise you how to dispose the collection.

web page counter *


© Solihull Philatelic Society 2015