The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) is an organisation dedicated to fighting for the preservation of traditional British beer and traditional British pubs. Once described as 'the most successful consumer pressure group in Western Europe', the Campaign was formed by 4 journalists in 1971 who were horrified at the declining quality of British beer.
By the end of summer 2014, the total membership of CAMRA topped 164,000 members. These members are located throughout the United Kingdom organised into more than 180 branches similar to West Berkshire CAMRA.
Click on the links to learn about our branch and its area, about the people who run it, about our meetings and events, and about the best pubs for real ale in West Berkshire. You will also be able to see an online version of our Branch Magazine, learn the latest news, nominate a pub for the Good Beer Guide, and join CAMRA.
The Queens Head in Wokingham has been awarded the CAMRA Berkshire County Winner 2015.
A Presentation will be made to the Queens Head on Wednesday 14th October from 7pm.
The Regional Pub of the Year award will take place at the Rising Sun, Berkhamsted on Friday 23 October at around 6pm.
Regional CAMRA Vacancies
If you are interested in these posts, please contact Nick Boley, Central Southern Regional Director, for further details:
Please note that the linked email addresses have been amended with a "NOSPAM" label so that the addresses cannot be farmed from the internet. Please remove this before sending an email to the committee.
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