Campaigners have been praised for saving a 200-year-old pub from closure and turning it into a thriving community hub with social lunches for vulnerable people, book swaps and an internet cafe.
Over a pint of Moor’s Hoppiness, Roger Protz talks through Britain's craft ale revolution and reveals he spent the 1970s being a disillusioned drinker
Hoping to combine a CAMRA beer festival with a great rail journey or an opportunity to discover more about trains? There are plenty of events that offer the chance to do both!
Cheltenham branch chair John Crossley describes his experience of using community pubs month to increase member involvement and improve links with pubs.
A day of political division saw an unlikely agreement emerge as MPs from across the political spectrum called for meaningful reform of business rates at a Parliamentary debate on the future of Britain’s pubs.
Chris Stringer, CAMRA’s Regional Director for Surrey and Sussex sadly passed away last week. Chris was a very well-known, well-respected and much-loved volunteer who dedicated nearly 30 years of volunteering for the Campaign, most recently representing members across the Surrey and Sussex region.
Campaigners in Somerset who saved a 150-year-old village pub from closure have been awarded CAMRA’s prestigious Pub Saving Award, recognising the communities that work hard to keep their beloved locals open.