For a copy of our 2021 program visit the B.P.S. Bulletin tab (above) and download a copy.
March 2021 activities
The following events are planned for March and will be conducted with the relevant Covid-19 safe requirements.
Saturday 6 March – Uncatalogued Members Auction at 1pm, view from 10.30am.
Tuesday 9 March at 7.15pm – Display – Warragul Philatelic Society – Favourites followed by Exchange Sheets at 8.15pm
Tuesday 16 March Daytime meeting at 10 am
Tuesday 23 March uncatalogued Members Auction at 7.30ppm, view from 5.30pm
For member auctions on Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings, please note the following to protect Members and the Club.
- Attendance will be Members only. No non-members.
- The Corona Virus Officers are Eric Klay, Ian Sadler and David Shutler.
- All Members must wear masks inside at all times, even when sitting down. The only exception is the Auctioneer and those with a medical condition (medical evidence/certificate should be available for inspection).
- Each Member, as they enter the premises must:
- Sanitise their hands
- Scan the QR code displayed OR sign the list with name, phone number and answer the symptoms and membership questions.
- Members in the Hall will sit three (3) per table. At the end of the evening, the people sitting at each table must use the Disinfectant Cloths provided to sanitise the chairs and table.
- The maximum number permitted sitting in the hall will be 42.
- The kitchen may not be used. BYO water. Some bottles will be available in the Neufield Hall.
Similar arrangements to those listed above apply to daytime meetings and Tuesday education and display events.
Note – The above is subject to change due to State Government directions in response to Covid-19 outbreaks.
More details of our 2021 program is available from the BPS Bulletin tab, above.
Some reading for members
Our member John McKay has provided some very useful information covering topics such as :
- Removing Self Adhesive Stamps from Paper
- Advice to Non-Collectors for Protecting A Stamp Collection
- A Way You Can Increase the Value of Your Collection When it is Sold
- Safer Hinging
- Stamp Colour
To read this information, visit the BPS Bulletin tab above and see the Brighton Papers in Philately item.
Selling stamps and collections
Do you have unwanted stamps or perhaps a deceased estate with a stamp collection in it? The Brighton Philatelic Society may be able to assist you to sell it. Contact our Secretary for further details. Send an email to
Keep up to date
Keep up to date – re-visit this page.
Members, do we have your email address? If not, send an email to and ask to have your details added to our database and for the Bulletin and papers for our regular Catalogued Auctions sent to you by email.
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