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Call out: thousands of CAMRA members are asking pubco bosses to cancel tenants’ rents

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Pubgoers call for pubco bosses to cancel rents

By Nikkie Thatcher

Beer drinkers and pubgoers across the nation are sending emails in their thousands to pub company bosses, asking them to cancel rents to save local pubs from permanent closure.

Well earned: the pub was praised for its strong community focus, relaxed ambience and great beer

250-year-old family gem wins CAMRA's pub of the year

By Alice Leader

A heritage pub that has stood at the heart of a family for 250 years has been named the best in the country in Campaign for Real Ale’s (CAMRA) Pub of the Year competition for the second time.

Protected status: several pubs have received updates on their listed status including The Philharmonic in Liverpool (image: Historic England archive, Alan Bull)

Liverpool pub upgraded to Grade I-listing

By Emily Hawkins

The Philharmonic Dining Rooms in Liverpool was upgraded to a Grade I-listing, the first time a purpose-built, Victorian pub has received such recognition.

Silver anniversary: CAMRA rewards pub for its 25th consecutive year in the Good Beer Guide

Pub hits 25th year in the Good Beer Guide

By Alice Leader

A pub in Hawkesbury Upton has received an honourable plaque from Dursley & District Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) to mark its 25th consecutive year in CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide.

All together: local community group saves pub from redevelopment after six years

Campaigners rewarded for saving ex-GK pub

By Alice Leader

Campaigners who saved a historic 17th century pub have been named runners-up in the Campaign for Real Ale’s (CAMRA) Pub Saving Award for their efforts to buy back the pub after it was closed and sold by Greene King in 2014.

Paranormal pubs: CAMRA starts off Halloween by revealing top 10 haunted pubs

Are these Britain’s most haunted pubs?

By Alice Leader

From ghostly tales to phantom figures, CAMRA has revealed 10 haunted pubs to visit this month to spark the Halloween spirit and intrigue even the staunchest non-believers.

Expensive taste: Northern Ireland is the region where drinkers expect to pay the most for a standard pint

Priciest beer regions revealed

By Nikkie Thatcher

Ahead of Beer Day Britain tomorrow (15 June), personal finance experts have polled the UK to find out how much people would expect to pay for a pint of lager or craft beer.