Heritage Pubs

Best designed pubs revealed

CAMRA has unveiled the winners of its prestigious Pub Design Awards, which recognise pub architecture and conservation across the country. There were...

Government protects historic pubs

Eleven remarkable pubs have been given extra planning protections following a unique collaboration between the Campaign and Historic England. Whiteloc...

Campaigners slam ruling to demolish pub

  1695 The Plough opens as a public house 1897 Tennant Brothers acquire the lease to the Plough and the adjacent sports ground 1929...

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...

Pub heritage book updated

A revised and updated fourth edition of Sheffield’s Real Heritage Pubs has been released. Sponsored by Abbeydale and Bradfield breweries, Beer Central...

Historic city-centre pub reopens

The Grade II-listed Dun Cow in Sunderland city centre has reopened after being closed since the start of the pandemic. Just before the shutdown last ...

Stunning tiled gem reopens

One of the most imposing pub structures in the North-East, the Mountain Daisy in Sunderland has reopened under a new licensee. Until May this year the...

Bob Steel campaigner and author remembered

With great sadness we report the passing of Bob Steel, aged 65, writes Geoff Brandwood. In CAMRA Bob is best known for his successful books of pub wal...

Iron Duke – a fight for survival

The Iron Duke in Great Yarmouth, once flagship of Norfolk brewers Lacons, is perhaps the most complete art deco pub in the country in terms of both co...

Greater protection for post war pubs needed, says CAMRA

CAMRA is calling for further protection for under threat, historic post-war pubs


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