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Durham CAMRA Seeks Volunteers for New Beer Festival

The First Joint Durham CAMRA and Durham City Rugby Football Club Beer Festival

This March sees Durham CAMRA's first joint spring beer festival, in partnership with Durham Rugby Club. The festival will run from March 7th-10th and will feature 48 ales across the event.

CAMRA Durham to assist New Inn with Beer Festival

This March, CAMRA Durham are helping a pub with a beer festival for the first time. The New Inn in Durham will be holding their festival from March 14th to March 17th, with 13 different beers available. The festival's opening times are 11am until midnight on all four days.

The 1st Joint CAMRA/Rugby Club Spring Beer Festival

This March, Durham CAMRA will be joining forces with Durham Rugby Club to produce the first joint spring beer festival. The festival will take place at the Rugby Club, on Green Lane in Durham City.

The event is expected to feature 48 cask beers over the duration of the festival, with up to 24 on at a time, and 8 ciders. Food will also be available.

The festival will open on Thursday, March the 7th and close on Sunday, March the 10th. The opening hours will be 11am-11pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and 11am-6pm on Sunday.

Nominations Open for Pub and Club of the Year 2013

Nominations are now open for the 2013 Durham Branch Pub of the Year, Club of the Year and Cider Pub of the Year. All branch members can take part.

If you would like to make nominations, please contact the Secretary, including your name and membership number and your preferred pub/club for one or more of the following:

  • Pub of the Year 2013 (1st)
  • Pub of the Year 2013 (2nd)
  • Club of the Year 2013
  • Cider Pub/Club of the Year 2013

Nominations will close on December 31st, 2012.

Save your Pint Mass Lobby of Parliament

Save Your Pint As you probably know, the Save Your Pint e-petition reached the 100,000 signatures mark, and triggered a parliamentary debate. To build on this, CAMRA intends to carry out a mass lobby of Parliament, to make sure our MPs are aware of the strength of feeling on this issue.

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