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Pub and Club of the Year 2019

This year a new award as been created by providing separate Town, City and Country titles to provide recognition to the work done by pubs in the other urban centres in the branch region.

The Town awards are for the best pubs in these towns:
Bishop Auckland, Crook, Chester-le-Street, Consett, Ferryhill, Peterlee, Seaham, Sedgefield, Spennymoor, Stanley and Tow Law

Beer Swap

Simon Miller, a CAMRA member from The High Peak,Tameside and North East Cheshire branch has contacted us to inform us of a beer swap he's organised with Alan from The Yard of Ale brewery (the Surtees, Ferryhill Station) with the Greenfield brewery near his home, http://www.greenfieldbrewery.co.uk He's taking some of Alans beers back to a new micropub in Droylsden, Manchester called the Silly Country. @silly_country (on twitter).

Pub and Club of the Year

As reported in issue 128 of Durham Drinker, our annual Pub and Club of the Year award-winners have been chose, and we’ve been out and about presenting certificates. Naturally, we took the opportunity to make a night of such presentations.

June 2018 Update

Pubs re-opened with real ale:

  • Stapylton Arms, Hawthorn
  • Seaton Lane Inn, Seaton
  • Dun Cow, Bournmoor
  • Bonny Moor Hen, Stanhope
  • Black Bull, Wolsingham
  • Cross Keys, Esh

Forthcoming socials:

Pub and Club of the Year 2018 Results

Congratulations to our Pub and Club of the year winners:

Town Pub - The Vic, Durham
Country Pub - Three Horseshoes, Leamside
Club - Tanfield Lea WMC
Town Cider - The Station House, Durham
Country Cider - The Black Lion, Wolsingham

Runner up for Town Pub was The Station House, Durham
2nd place in the Country Pub was The Surtees Arms in Ferryhill Station with The Ship at Middlestone in 3rd place

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