The Havering NS Logo

For Coin, Token, Banknote and Medal collectors in the Hornchurch, Romford and Upminster area

Text Background Panel

The Havering Numismatic Society was founded by Mr Fred Bonner and a committee of keen enthusiasts in 1967. This was to encourage coin and medal collecting amongst the many collectors in the area.

Text Background Panel

Where to find us?
Our current venue is in Hornchurch at the Fairkytes Art centre, Billet Lane, RM11 1AX. We meet on the first Tuesday of each month at 7.30 pm. On the ground floor so there is easy access for the less agile.

Map Thumbnail
Text Background Panel

Meetings.
Throughout the year there are a series of talks on a wide range of numismatic topics, auctions and competitions.

Click Here Button
Text Background Panel

Newsletter.
The Society publishes a quarterly newsletter title “The Collector” that contains reports of meetings, interesting articles, forthcoming coin fairs and future talks.

A number of articles that have appeared in past issues can be viewed online.

Display Articles Button
Text Background Panel

Commemorative Medallions
We have issued a number of commemorative medallions for our 25th and 40th anniversaries, and the millennium. Some are still available and all are mintages less than 100.

Anniversary Medal ThumbnailOur Anniversary Medal Thumbnail
Text Background Panel

Poster Competition
Read about the Poster Competition we won, some years ago, when £50 was offered to the club with the most inviting poster encouraging fellow collectors to join their local society.

Our Poster ThumbnailPrize Certificate Thumbnail Click Here Button
Text Background Panel

Membership fees
The annual membership charge is £7 and at each meeting there is a charge of £1.

Text Background Panel

Overseas Members
We have several overseas members based in Europe, Canada and Australia with whom we maintain regular correspondence. We often hear from them and they regularly contribute articles for The Collector.

Text Background Panel

Our Local Museum
Havering Museum tells the story of the people who have lived and worked in Havering. The story is told through text panels, images and objects. Please visit the museum’s web site.

lick here Button
Text Background Panel

Links Page
Some links to numismatic sites that you may find useful.

Click Here Button

Secretary: Pam Williams
Email: mail@havering-ns.org.uk to contact the Society.