Worcester CAMRA

The Campaign for Real Ale is the world’s most successful consumer organisation. It aims to promote the great British pub and the great beer served in it. The campaign is organised into branches that cover the whole country. Each branch organises local events and campaigns and contributes to the overall national campaign to give the pub-going public a voice in the way our national pub heritage is maintained.

Worcester Branch looks after the area of South Worcestershire centred around the City, but stretching to Tenbury Wells in the West and nearly Evesham in the East. This area also includes Malvern, Upton upon Severn and Pershore. Neighbouring branches are Wyre Forest, Redditch and Bromsgrove, Shakespeare, Shropshire, Gloucestershire and Herefordshire.

If you care about pubs and the traditional beer, cider and perry they sell, why not join us and get involved in our social activities, campaigns and beer festival. We meet a roughly twice a month in pubs around our patch. Everyone is welcome to come along.

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CAMRA is an organisation made up of volunteers.

Please join us and have fun keeping an eye on our best national institution.


Contact us by E-mail if you have any local issues you want to raise or questions you want to ask.mailto://contact@worcester.camra.org.uk


 

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CAMRA’s young members in the West Midlands (18-30) meet regularly and have their own presence on the net: Twitter @WYMCAMRA and Facebook.