The Campaign for Real Ale will today unveil the best pub designs across Britain, including a former strippers’ pub, a 300-plus year old public house and a stunning Edwardian street corner local.
A crowdfunding campaign is due to be launched in order to save a much loved Bedfordshire pub.
The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) is gearing up to celebrate Community Pubs Month after a huge campaign victory which will see planning protection granted for all pubs across England.
Following a successful campaign led by the Campaign for Real Ale, the Government will announce tomorrow (Friday) that it will support a measure to close a planning loophole in England which has allowed pubs to be demolished or converted to a wide range of retail uses without any planning application.
Brewhouse & Kitchen celebrates its latest opening by sponsoring CAMRA’s Members’ Weekend.
While some beer festivals run by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) will be marking their 40th anniversaries this year, others are still in their infancy with five new festivals opening their doors to the public in just under five years.
Drinkers have been let down by the Chancellor’s decision to increase beer and cider duty in today’s Budget - which will see the price of their pints rise.
New research shows that four out of five of the top pubs across England could be slammed with crippling business rates hikes over the next five years, according to the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA).
A small village pub which was saved from closure by the local community has won CAMRA’s National Pub of the Year award – one of the most respected and well-known pub awards in the UK.
The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) is calling for a reduction of up to £5,000 from pubs’ business rates and an improved transitional relief model for pubs facing high increases in rates ahead of the Spring Budget next week.