The latest updated versions of our three real ale trails for Sunderland, South Shields & Washington are now available for download from our online Archive & Document Repository.- Just follow the link.
The latest updated versions of our three real ale trails for Sunderland, South Shields & Washington are now available online for download, just click on each image to download the PDF.
The Winter 2017 edition of our quarterly branch magazine “CAMRA Angle” is now available and currently being delivered to pubs serving real ale in our branch area & often much much further afield! With this edition we hit the milestone 50th issue! A fact current editor Ken Paul has incorporated… Read more“CAMRA Angle milestone.”
Thursday 14th September saw the launch of the 45th edition of the CAMRA Good Beer Guide. The North East Regional launch press event cycles around the NE branches with this year being the turn of Durham CAMRA to be our hosts. They chose The Station House in Durham City… Read more“CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2018”
The 2017 editions of our Sunderland Real Ale Trail and Washington Real Ale Trail are now available for download. (Just click the images above.) This is the 5th edition of the Sunderland RAT & the 2nd edition of the Washington RAT. Both publications update well received publication especially to… Read more“Sunderland & Washington Real Ale Trails – 2017”
The Winter 2016 edition of our popular branch magazine “CAMRA Angle” is now available & branch members are currently distributing to Real Ale pubs in the branch area & further afield! If you can’t wait to pick up a copy at the pub, or you miss a copy downloads are… Read more“CAMRA Angle 46, Winter 2016”
Message from Dave Brazier, CAMRA North East Regional Director: “CAMRA is hosting the launch of Geoff Brandwood’s new edition of Britain’s Best Real Heritage Pubs at the Dun Cow in Sunderland on Thursday August 25th at 2.00 pm. For those of you who attended the presentation of two CAMRA National… Read more“Launch of “Britain’s Best Real Heritage Pubs” at the Dun Cow in Sunderland”