Community Group launch a campaign to purchase their local pub.
A selection of press coverage from the first three days of the Great British Beer Festival 2016.
CAMRA’s Revitalisation Project has reached its halfway point with a second survey being launched to get more detail about members’ views on the future direction of the Campaign.
CAMRA would be nothing without our army of volunteers. Many bring existing knowledge and skills from their daily lives to help the organisation. However, we also recognise that a little training with give others confidence to take on new roles. In other cases training is essential for safety and legal compliance. As well as helping you to help CAMRA, such training can be useful to members in other walks of life too.
The new edition of CAMRA’s Beer Knowledge will be launched at a book signing and beer tasting event at the Hungerford Literary Festival on the 22nd October.
October is CAMRA's (the Campaign for Real Ale) National Cider and Perry Month and to celebrate, some CAMRA festivals are giving the spotlight to cider & perry!
The Campaign for Real Ale's (CAMRA) new director for Scotland and Northern Ireland has called on Scotland's politicians to take action to protect Scotland's pubs. Campaigner Sarah Bellis made the call this month as she presented CAMRA's Scotland and Northern Ireland Pub of the Year award to a pub which has been in the same family since 1858 - Staggs (also known as the Volunteer Arms) in Musselburgh.
The One Show pubs special
The BBC's One Show had an hour long special on the british pub.
11 May 2016Click to read the full article
ITV News Online - Half pints are now the most popular way to enjoy beer
Coverage from GBBF 2015
12/08/2015Click to read the full article