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'Meetings are arranged around the country by APS local groups, but all members - and visitors - are most welcome at all meetings.'
'As well as regular meetings in London, there are six regional group organisers who arrange several meetings each year in their area.'
'London meetings are held ... at 5.00 for 5.30 pm on the second Wednesday of each month unless otherwise mentioned.'
'Meetings are held once a month in London, on the second Saturday of each month (except August) ... and meetings begin at 2.00 pm. At least one all-day meeting is normally held and additional meetings are usually held in provincial centres.'
'The Society provides an extensive programme of meetings in several locations, holds an annual Philatelic Weekend, publishes a well regarded and authoritative Journal and series of monographs, and operates two thriving exchange packets and an Auction. It is a friendly and informal group to which new members are always made most welcome.'
Usually, three meetings per year on Saturdays from 10.30 am until 4.30 pm.
Details of meetings at the Society's various Regional and Study Groups.
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Occasional talks, Saturday afternoons.
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'Meetings are held ... on Saturdays from 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm.'
Monthly meetings, usually Saturdays in Central London.
'Meetings are held ... on the first Saturday of the month, commencing at 2 pm.' (This is the Northern Group. There is also a Southern Group which usually meets in Salisbury from time to time.)
Winter programme of meetings, about every two months.
'Meetings are held in London every two months and, in addition, Regional Groups meet in the North West, the Midlands, the West of England and in Scotland.'
'Regular all-day meetings held in London and the provinces.'
'Meetings are held every second Tuesday from September to April at 7.00 pm ... The first half hour (FHH) is when newer members are encouraged to display and then at 7.30 pm an invited guest, or other society, will normally present the main display / talk for the evening.'