Tomorrow's Royal | Support the Appeal | Naming | Floors: 4 | 3 | 2 | 1 | Ground | Upper basement | Lower basement

Guide to the Layout of 15 Abchurch Lane with Naming Opportunities

You may wish to contribute to the future of the Society as part of the Tomorrow’s Royal appeal, by sponsoring part of the new building or its contents. Traditionally, many items around our current premises have been sponsored through generous donations, and there are opportunities for your name, or that of someone dear to you, to be placed on a plaque on items at 15 Abchurch Lane.

There is a range of possibilities, and by clicking on each of the floor titles on the diagram below a sectional plan of the new arrangement will explain what we are trying to achieve and also give details of naming opportunities for that floor.

The current names of the rooms are used for the time being but if you, or a group which you might be prepared to lead, would like to have your or their name on that room then please contact us at for details and the suggested levels of sponsorship. Names of all sponsorship donations will be recorded on, or close to, the items sponsored. A donors’ board will be erected in the Entrance Lobby of the building. Any donors not wishing publicity will be recorded under anonymous donations.

Sectional view


Fourth floor:   "The Board Room", capacity 60 people, and "The Study" for up to 5 people.

Third floor:     Expert Committee, Administration, and "The Wren Room" for up to 8 people.

Second floor:  "The Oriental Room", capacity 120 people or 42 x 16-sheet frames, with "The Marco Polo Room" for up to 12 people.

First floor:      "The Walbrook Room", capacity 120 people or 42 x 16-sheet frames.

Ground floor:  Members' Lounge with Museum exhibits and current periodicals.

Upper basement: The Library.

Lower basement: The Museum of Philatelic History office, archives, artefacts
      and library stacks.