Bridgnorth CAMRA : Campaigning For Real Ales In Bridgnorth Shropshire
Bridgnorth is a market town in South Shropshire (somewhere between Wales and Birmingham!) with a good variety of real ale pubs. Bridgnorth CAMRA, a sub-branch of Telford and East Shropshire CAMRA, promotes CAMRA’s objectives in Bridgnorth and surrounding rural areas. We have a lively social scene, and an annual beer festival. We also encourage local pubs to serve cask ales, preferably from local breweries, and in return we nominate our favourite local pubs each year for the Good Beer Guide.
The Campaign for Real Ale is a voluntary organisation consisting of over 120,000 ordinary people, run by an unpaid, elected national executive and backed by a small core of professional executives. It speaks for people everywhere by fighting to save pubs and breweries from closure, attempting to improve quality and choice, and trying to ensure pub standards are raised.
CAMRA the Campaign for Real Ale was formed in 1971 and now has over 160,000 Members, Could you be the next?
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Latest Regional CAMRA News
The 2019 Bridgnorth Beer festival closed at 11pm on Saturday 7th September after a hugely successful weekend. Enormous thanks go to our many volunteers, our generous sponsors and to all of you visitors who came along to enjoy the atmosphere and to drink the beer &...
Bridgnorth CAMRA branch voted The Tally Ho Inn as their autumn 2019 Pub of the Season at the meeting on 27th August. The award will be presented some time after the Bridgnorth Beer Festival. Date and time to be announced in due course.
On the 23rd April Eleanor Haddon presented the Bridgnorth CAMRA Branch Pub of the Year 2019 to Pub Manager, Ryan Mushing. Update - August 2019. The Black Boy has secured 3rd place in the Shropshire County Pub of the Year! Congratulations again to Ryan.