"The Circle's aims are many, including 'to publish news and studies of S.A. philately, and to gather, exchange and disseminate information about items which in some way connect The Salvation Army with the postal service.' This field is very wide indeed and includes stamps, envelops, postcards, publicity labels, metered (machine-franked) mail, special postmarks and the like.
The journal has continued its quarterly issues in an unbroken run to date; up to 24 pages per issues; and with a total of 510 pages by June 1999. The auctions have included as many as 300+ lots per sale; the exchange service has extended from the four U.K. countries to the U.S. and Canada; Australia and New Zealand.
A Convention had been held each year since 1993, where members present talks and displays featuring their own particular collections. To date, these have all been held at York, in the superb Citadel there."