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National Executive election results announced

Press release 

21 April 2018 

National Executive election results announced 

Record numbers of members voted to elect CAMRA's National Executive - the volunteer leadership of the organisation - at its Annual General Meeting in Coventry on the 21st April. 

A record 10 candidates stood for four places on the National Executive, with more than 16,000 people casting votes in the contest.

Nik Antona was returned as member of the National Executive. 

New members of the National Executive:

  • Lynn Atack
  • Ash Corbett-Collins
  • Gillian Hough

CAMRA's outgoing National Chairman, Colin Valentine said: "I'm delighted to welcome back Nik and those candidates newly elected to the National Executive.

"My fellow Directors and I now face one of the biggest challenges in CAMRA's history, ensuring the outcome of the Revitalisation vote is properly reflected in our objects and activities and to make sure CAMRA remains an effective, relevant and successful organisation - which reflects the wishes of its members."


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For further information email or ring Tom Stainer on 07801 720379 (Saturday/Sunday) or the CAMRA press office on 01727 337863 from Monday.
About CAMRA:
CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale, is a not-for-profit consumer group with over 190,000 members that has been operating since 1971. Our vision is to have quality real ale and thriving pubs in every community.