Website last updated 4th November 2019

Welcome to the website for the West Suffolk and Borders branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) which is financed by membership subscriptions, sales of books and merchandise and proceeds from national and local beer festivals. CAMRA is a not-for-profit company, limited by guarantee.
Our local branch has over 1000 members so why not join us.

This years Bury St Edmunds Beer and Cider Festival in its expanded format was universally well-received by visitors to the four day event
A meeting to organise the 2020 festival was held recently as I can report that the age demographic of the organising team is now considerably lower thanks to our new volunteers
The team could still do with more help so if you have ideas and want to have your say in next years festival why not come along to the November 25th meeting (see diary for details) and join the team, you'll be made very welcome.

Dates for the 29th East Anglian Beer and Cider Festival Wed 22nd to Sat 25th April 2020


Walk No. 1 Thurston-Pakenham-Thurston

This easy circular walk takes you through varied Suffolk countryside and villages and past three real ale pubs.
What more excuse do you need?
For more information see Pub Walks page or click here


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