We are a friendly group of like-minded collectors meet every third Wednesday in the month when we have the opportunity to browse through boxes of old postcards with a view to buying or selling.  


The club was started in 1979 by a few enthusiastic collectors and some of them are still members today. It has gone from strength to strength and celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2019.


Meetings take place every third Wednesday of the month (except August) at the Shalford village Hall, Kings Road, Shalford, Guildford, GU4 8BQ.  Evenings begin at 7.00pm with a browse through dealers' stock and members' spares. Coffee and tea are provided and these are followed by members' displays or invited speakers on various postcard related topics. Proceedings normally wind up around 10.00pm. Visitors with a genuine interest in our hobby are always welcome.

Current Programme


October 20th  Postal Services in Surrey - Michael Miller
November 17th Maps on Postcards - Geoff Ellerton
December 15th Xmas Social  


January 19th    AGM and Six of M

February16th  Members Evening
March 16th   Festival of Britain - Michael Gilbert

April 20 th     The British Cruise Ship - Charles Kay
May 18th    Empress Eugenie - Jo Gosney

June 15th       Walk around Farnborough and visit to Abbey - Jo Gosney
July 20th    tba



Our Annual Postcard Fair which was planned to  take place this year on November 27th will NOT now take place. 


Becoming a Member

We are a friendly group of like-minded collectors who meet every third Wednesday in the month (except August) when we are able to browse through stocks of postcards brought along by our regular dealers and club members. After refreshments we are entertained by invited speakers on a range of subjects.  We occasionally enjoy outings to places of local interest.  Our annual Postcard Fair held in November every year (see separate page) is free to members

Annual .subscriptions are currently a modest £5.  If you are interested in joining why not come along to one of our meetings or for further information use the link below..