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Pubs and Club of the Year 2017 Results

Posted on Thu, 09/02/2017 - 12:16 by Anonymous (not verified)

The results of CAMRA Durham Pubs and Club of the Year for 2017 as voted by members were ratified at the January meeting as

Town Pub of the Year
1st Victoria, Durham City
Runner up Station House, Durham City

Country Pub of the Year
1st Smiths Arms, Castle Dene, Chester-le-Street
Runner up Dun Cow, Seaton

Club of the Year
1st Tanfield Lea Working Mens Club
Runner up Durham City Rugby Club

Town Cider Pub of the Year
Station House, Durham City

Yard of Ale Brewery Visit

Posted on Thu, 26/01/2017 - 11:50 by Anonymous (not verified)

We're taking a trip down to Yard Of Ale Brewery on Friday January 27th
Breakfast, brewery tour, lunch and a couple of beers for just £15. Bus will be doing two pick up/drop offs, from The Company Row in Consett & The Water House in Durham.
Pop in to either The Company Row or The Water House to buy tickets.
Also a tap takeover by the brewery at the that weekend.

Win a copy of the 2017 Good Beer Guide by voting in our Pubs and Club of the Year competition

Posted on Wed, 07/12/2016 - 13:26 by Anonymous (not verified)

Hello Members,

It will soon be time for CAMRA members in Durham Branch to choose which of the pubs and clubs in our branch area should hold the titles Pubs and Club for the Year for 2017. These will then go forward for consideration as CAMRA North East Regional Pubs and Club of the Year. There are five categories – Town Pub of the Year, Country Pub of the Year, Club of the Year, Town Cider Pub of the Year and Country Cider Pub of the Year.

Old publications uploaded

Posted on Fri, 07/10/2016 - 21:35 by webmaster

The webmaster has been having a tidy-out at home and found a CD that someone had given him at some point. The CD contains scanned copies of a number of old Durham Drinkers dating back between August 1984 and Christmas 1994. These have now been uploaded to the Durham Drinker section of the website. The issue to look out for are 33, 38, 39, 41, 45, 48, 52, 53, 54, 56, 58, 59, 60, 66, 68 and 69. If you have any other old Durham Drinkers that can help us fill the gaps in the archive, please get in touch.

ACV Workshop

Posted on Thu, 16/06/2016 - 15:08 by webmaster

Feel that your local pub is a vital asset to your local community and afraid of what would happen if it were to close? Then you may be interested in an upcoming CAMRA workshop on how to nominate your local as an "Asset of Community Value" (ACV).

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