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Winners announced: CAMRA has named 16 area champions, which are targeting national glory

CAMRA names pub of year regional winners

By Emily Hawkins

The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has named its top pub for each region in the UK, as competitors vie for the title of national pub of the year.

Boss departure: CAMRA chief executive Tim Page steps down

CAMRA chief executive Tim Page steps down

By Nicholas Robinson

The Campaign for Real Ale’s (CAMRA) chief executive Tim Page has announced he will no longer head the organisation following the results of the Revitalisation Project in April.

Fruity winners: Britain's best cider and perry announced

Britain’s best cider and perry named

By Nicholas Robinson

A year of tasting by Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) cider and perry experts has revealed the winners of the organisation’s National Cider and Perry Championships.

Perspective: CAMRA's new national chairman Jackie Parker is looking to the future

OPINION: ‘Judge CAMRA on the actions of the majority,’ says Jackie Parker

By Jackie Parker, CAMRA national chairman

The dust has yet to settle on what will go down in history as one of the Campaign for Real Ale’s (CAMRA) most turbulent weekends, but new national chairman Jackie Parker's outlook for the the organisation’s future is optimistic and she also has some...

'Inappropriate clues': CAMRA apologises for any offence caused by the publication of the crossword

CAMRA slammed for ‘racist’ crossword

By Nikkie Sutton

The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has apologised after it was criticised on social media for the language used in one of its branch's publications.

Election hopeful: Nicholas Hair called for CAMRA to act as a 'disruptor' and called for an end to the tied pub system

CAMRA election hopeful targets increased political presence

By James Beeson

Nicholas Hair, regional young members' co-ordinator for the Kent branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) vowed to increase the organisation’s political influence as he seeks election to its national executive.

Big change: Colin Valentine (l) and Tim Page (r)

CAMRA bosses outline the organisation’s future

By Nicholas Robinson

A need to know the whereabouts of the Campaign For Real Ale’s (CAMRA) ‘mojo’ immediately intensified following the consumer organisation’s announcement last month that it plans to recognise all ‘good-quality’ beers and ciders, instead of focusing on cask...