Find Your Local Branch
If you click on any branch name you will be taken to their home page or website, where you will find their contact details, and all the information about their meeting places and times. (And if any branch wishes to help improve their home pages, please get in touch)
All Cartophilic Society members are welcome to visit any branch. At all you will definitely find card-collecting friends – a typical event will also have a visiting local and/or national dealer, an auction with great cards at amazing prices, displays of cards, and refreshments. Some are on for just a few hours, whilst others are all day events. They are all well worth visiting, especially as winter sets in.
If you are planning on travelling a long distance to attend any of these club meetings,
we advise you to check with its Branch Secretary to ensure the published dates are correct.
|Branch Name / weblink:||SEPTEMBER||OCTOBER||NOVEMBER|
|Hants & Surrey||10th||8th * (special event)||12th|
|Midlands||Call: 01214 452194||Call: 01214 452194||Call: 01214 452194|
|Nottingham & East Midlands||28th||-||23rd|
|Reading & District||14th & 28th||12th & 26th||9th & 23rd|
|3rd||1st||5th * (special event)|
|Yorkshire||3rd||1st * (special event)||5th|
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I am writing these jottings on the Sunday after the day/night test against the West Indies. I have to say that I am not a fan of day/night matches, but if it helps Test cricket to thrive then I think it must be considered. However, my greater problem
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