Kent

Pooches chill out with Sheps’ cool doggy treats

Kent brewer Shepherd Neame has just unveiled a delicious new treat, set to get dog tales wagging at its pubs. Jude’s Ice Cream for Dogs is now availab...

Railway festival back on track

The South-East’s original railway beer festival is back for its 10th year in October More than 200 real ales and 40 ciders complemented by live entert...

MP opens pub’s lockdown shop

Ashford MP Damian Green has officially opened a shop and cafe created during the second lockdown in a rural Kent pub. The Shepherd Neame-owned pub tra...

Brewer's dream deal

Dreamland Margate has been one of the UK’s best-loved amusement parks for a century and aims to make it a summer to remember with new beer partner She...

Sheps restores oyster boat

Faversham-based brewer and pub company Shepherd Neame is helping to sponsor the renovation of an iconic boat that was once involved in Whitstable’s fa...

Roy Denison early CAMRA pioneer remembered

Roy Denison passed way in November, aged 80, with his family at his side and in his beloved home in Goring-on-Thames, writes his wife Mya. His lifetim...

NHS charity in Kent benefits from beer sales

Old Dairy brewery has raised more than £630, for the East Kent Hospitals Charity through sales of its pale ale – Frontline. The Tenterden located brew...

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...

CAMRA celebrates National Volunteers’ Week with parties and awards

The first week of June saw CAMRA volunteers from branches, committees and festivals celebrate the amazing work our members do to help the Campaign. Ce...

Communities saving their local recognised

CAMRA is looking for the next winner of its three year old pub saving award, which recognises people that have come together to save a pub that would...


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