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From one historic venue to another at Hastings

York last week to Hastings this Saturday, CAMRA’s revitalisation meetings move from one historic venue to another. This latest consultation session is taking place at the White Rock Hotel from 2 till 4pm and will provide… more >

CAMRA debate offers an added incentive to visit York

No one should need any encouragement to go to York with its abundance of historical buildings, lovely cafes and restaurants - and, of course, its pubs. So the Revitalisation Meeting that is taking place in the city this Saturday 21… more >

Why Should You Attend Your Local Revitalisation Meetings

We want to hear from you about your vision of the future of CAMRA. We are running a series of consultation events across the country which members are invited to attend. To find your nearest consultation meeting click here more >

CAMRA members will be spoilt for choice of beers at Dartford meeting

Members of CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale attending the Dartford Working Men’s Club (DWMC) will be spoilt for choice with the selection of real ales available at this week’s Revitalisation Meeting on Wednesday,… more >

Enthusiasm on Tyneside for Revitalisation meeting

Much of the attention this weekend in the North East may well be focused on the football match between Newcastle and Spurs, but there is a meeting of a different kind that is close to the hearts of pub-goers and beer drinkers -… more >

Get a taste of CAMRA’s future challenges by sampling the delights of Exeter

For those arriving in Exeter early for the Revitalisation Meeting at Exeter Football Club, there's plenty of scope for  sightseeing of this historic city or even valuable ‘research’ ahead of the… more >

Exeter is the latest focus for future of CAMRA

Drinkers and pub-goers in Exeter and the South West can have their say on the future of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) next Wednesday when one of 50 consultation meetings around the country is staged in the city. CAMRA, which is… more >

North Wales gets its chance to debate future of CAMRA

North Wales gets an opportunity to air its views on the future of the Campaign for Real Ale, CAMRA, when one of 50 consultation meetings around the country is staged this Saturday in Chester.   It was in Chester 45 years ago… more >

Chester’s journey from ‘fizzy beer’ to an array of real ale pubs

It was March 1971 when three young Cheshire journalists and a brewery worker gathered in the city for the first time ahead of a seven-day trip to Ireland. Little, perhaps, did they know at that point they were soon to launch CAMRA… more >

CAMRA comes back ‘home’ to Chester to debate its future

The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) is coming back ‘home’ to Chester to let beer drinkers and pub-goers have their say on the future of the organisation at one of 50 consultation meetings around the country.… more >
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