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2018

CAMRA undertakes a revitalisation project to decide its future

2017

Planning protection for all pubs in England is secured

2015

Planning protection extended to Assets of Community Value (ACV) listed pubs

2014

The Government announces a statutory code of practice and adjudicator to regulate pub companies

2009

CAMRA membership reaches 100,000

2004

Paula Waters becomes the first female national chairman

2002

CAMRA membership tops 64,000

1992

Great British Beer Festival (GBBF) is held at Olympia London for the first time

1992

CAMRA helps found the European Beer Consumer Union (EBCU)

1991

CAMRA membership reaches 30,000

1988

APPLE committee, representing real cider and perry is formed

1989

The Beer Orders reform forced the big six brewers to sell or free from tie over 11,000 pubs

1980

CAMRA successfully campaigns against the big brewers stranglehold on pubs

1977

First Great British Beer Festival is held at Alexandra Palace

1976

CAMRA becomes a limited company

1975

First national beer festival held at Covent Garden, London

1974

First edition of the Good Beer Guide is published

1972

The first issue of the What's Brewing newspaper is published

1971

The Campaign for the Revitalisation of Real Ale is formed

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