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Historic Oxford pub to reopen as a community venture

Oxford’s historic Lamb & Flag is to reopen as a community owned pub following an agreement between St John’s College and the Inklings Group. The Lamb...

A beer at the races returns

Thoroughbred horses and ales are on the card at the Ascot Beer Festival running on 1-2 October. This  popular annual event, where all the bars are run...

Brewer seeks money for more pubs

Windsor & Eton brewery has launched its first equity crowdfunding campaign to raise money for a major extension to its pub and bar estate. As with mos...

From pop-up bar to pub tenants

When Katy Appleby and Di Humphrey opened a pop-up pub in the middle of a global pandemic last July, people thought they were slightly unhinged. Little...

Is you branch magazine good enough to win a top CAMRA award?

CAMRA has launched three awards for branch magazines – Magazine of the Year, Most Improved Magazine of the Year, and new for this year Newcomer of the...

Persistence needed in fight to save pub

Residents of the hamlet of Crays Pond in south Oxfordshire are celebrating a notable victory in their five year campaign to recover their village pub...

Oxford first aider launches ‘Pint of Life’ initiative

Have you ever wondered what you’d do if a friend, family member or loved one collapsed and stopped breathing? Christopher Tancock has. Now with years...

Reading branch honours Sam Smith’s owner of town’s longest mothballed pub

Reading & Mid Berks branch has given a special award to the pub company having the “longest closed pub in the area for no apparent reason”.

Five Quirky Post-War Pubs Listed

Historic England celebrates great post-war pubs with five new listings at Grade II across the country.

CAMRA celebrates communities which have saved their local

CAMRA’s prestigious Pub Saving Award recognises communities that save their beloved local pub from closure.


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