Since the COVID-19 lockdown started, CAMRA has been campaigning to protect pubs and breweries as part of our Pulling Together campaign. We’ve listed thousands of pubs, brewers and cider producers, introduced the Brew2You takeaway/collection app, opened the doors of the Red (On)Lion virtual pub and lobbied Government for greater industry support.

Pubs may now be reopening, but the industry is still in trouble. CAMRA needs to keep momentum going and membership support is vital for us to continue being an effective lobbying force for pubs lovers and the pub industry.  

CAMRA is therefore calling on members to help spread the word that a CAMRA membership helps save our pubs. To do this, you can download the Save Pubs, Join CAMRA poster and display it for the public to see. This could be in the front window of your house, on a community notice board, supermarket, church hall, waiting room, or in pubs when they feel ready to allow punters back in.  

You can also help spread the word online by taking a photo of the poster once up and sharing on social media feeds – Twitter, Facebook, Instagram – using the hashtags #SavePubs #JoinCAMRA. When posting, you can also consider explaining why your CAMRA membership counts to you! 

Please also consider forwarding the poster to friends and family who love pubs and ask them to display the poster too (and join the Campaign!). If you spot a photo story, relating to the poster, for use in possible media coverage, email posterpics@camra.org.uk  

To download the poster and begin supporting pubs, click here: https://camra.org.uk/save-pubs-poster-download  

CAMRA will also supply printed A3 and A4 posters – these will be available to order from the Warehouse in the usual way, via the Publicity Materials Order Form. Social media assets will also be available for download from 3 July in the Membership Materials area. 

From 1 July the A4 poster will also be made available to purchase from the CAMRA Shop to help raise awareness in the general public and generate much-needed funds for the Campaign. The poster will cost £3 to cover costs and we plan to include an additional donation option.  

Thank you for your help and ongoing support for the Campaign!

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