Welcome to the West Suffolk and Borders branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA)
AGM 2021 Beer Tasting and Special Offer for CAMRA Members
go to Members Area to download an order form
CAMRA is financed by membership subscriptions, sales of books and merchandise and, in non-CORVID times, proceeds from national and local beer festivals.
CAMRA is a not-for-profit company
limited by guarantee.
NOTICE OF BRANCH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Campaign for Real Ale, West Suffolk & Borders Branch, will be held via the online Zoom platform on Wednesday 17th February 2021,
at 19:30 hours
FULL AGM information including ZOOM access details click here
AGM NOTICE - AGENDA - MINUTES
Any member who requires assistance connecting with the Zoom platform should contact the Secretary ku.gro.armac.kloffustsew@yraterces
- Good News - The Bull in Troston near Bury St Edmunds is to reopen Monday 25 January 2021
- Microbrewery moves over the border to Suffolk. Sunday 17 January 2021
- AGM DATE ANNOUNCED 17TH FEBRUARY 2021 Thursday 14 January 2021
- Black Boy Pubs in Bury and Sudbury to be renamed. Thursday 14 January 2021
- We're now on FACEBOOK Thursday 14 January 2021
Try something different
Find what's available near you by clicking below
Tryanuary is a volunteer-led, online community that encourages consumers to continue supporting
small, independent beer businesses during January, a notoriously difficult trading month in a
normal year, let alone when pubs and clubs are closed under another lockdown.
CAMRA has supported Tryanuary since it started and has sponsored the campaign since 2020.
Details of which pubs and breweries are still open and the services they are supplying.
Pubs are under threat of extinction
You can help click here
West Suffolk and Borders branch of CAMRA occupies an area from Brandon in the north to Nayland and the Essex border in the south, and from Newmarket and Exning in the west to Finningham in the east.
(click for more about us)
- Chairman ku.gro.armac.kloffustsew@namriahc
(click on "Branch Committee" to see contact details for all members of the committee)
All CAMRA meetings and socials in pubs have been cancelled until further notice due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
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?
(click for more info)
Please click here to see the East Anglia Regional website, and links to East Anglia CAMRA branch websites
Twitter / wscBeer
- Wednesday, 09:44 : RT @MyBuryStEds: Looking forward to taking part in the #BigGardenBirdWatch this weekend. So important to look after our wildlife. I enjoyed this article from @suffolkwildlife suffolkwildlifetrust.org/news/winter-be…
- Tuesday, 09:05 : RT @SuffolkPolice: Motorists are advised they may experience delays on Wednesday 27th January from 10:30hrs, as police escort the transportation of storage, 4.1m wide, 4.75m high, 24m long, weighing 63,000kg through the county. suffolk.police.uk/news/latest-ne… pic.twitter.com/jtXrXtW2Pe
- Tuesday, 19:10 : RT @oakesbarn: Lovely Horringer village, lovely countryside and spolit with with 3 drinking establishments @wscBeer #pubsmatter #heartofthecommunity #realale #countrypubs #walks pic.twitter.com/Krs3VswMVB
- Tuesday, 16:42 : RT @newwhitehorse97: #vegan salted caramel cheesecake with a bourbon biscuit base!! Open from 5pm. Don't forget our #AustraliaDay2021 treats too. The "almighty aussie burger" and our homemade Lamington! #takeaway #sudbury #suffolk #whitehorsesudbury #delivery #collection @SudburyTC @TownOfSudbury pic.twitter.com/OLNqoVWJR8
- Tuesday, 12:01 : #pubs morningadvertiser.co.uk/Article/2021/0…