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Branch News

Branch Events

  • Social Thursday 22 March 2018 20:30 Miller of Mansfield, Goring

    Goring Social: 8.30pm Miller of Mansfield, 9.15pm John Barleycorn, 10.00pm Catherine Wheel, 10.30pm Goring Social Club

  • Henley Beer Festival Saturday 24 March 2018 12:00 Henley Rugby Club

    Henley RFC are hosting the Henley Beer Festival taking place on Saturday, March 24th from midday, it is free to enter and there will be lots of fantastic activities lined up for the whole family. There will be a variety of real ales and ciders to sample, along with Henley’s very own, Mr Hobbs Gin. The event is also coinciding with Henley Hawks game against Canterbury which kicks-off at 3pm, so for any rugby fans out there, it promises to be a great game. Post-match, there will live music to enjoy as well.

    The Henley Beer Festival is being held in partnership with Club Sponsor, Loddon Brewery and is supporting Cancer Research UK

    The organisers would really appreciate any help offered by CAMRA branch members for the set up or the serving on the day. If you would like to help out please contact us and we'll pass the message on to the organisers.

Calling all pub landlords and brewers in the Branch area

If you are throwing a beer-related event at your pub or brewery we would love to hear about it! Please contact us to let us know about your event and we will post it here as well as on our social media.

Two new ACVs secured in the branch

Two new Assets of Community Value (ACVs) in the branch have been successfully secured, namely, The Red Lion in Cholsey and The Crown in South Moreton. This now brings the total of ACVs in the branch to 22. If you would like to find out more about protecting your local with an ACV, take a look at the guide on our main website.

The Revitalisation Project

CAMRA has launched the Revitalisation Project to determine the path the Campaign takes in the future. It is potentially the biggest change in the Campaign's ethos since its launch in 1971 and we need you to help 'shape this future'. To find out more, visit the Revitalisation Project or attend one of the consultation meetings taking place near you. Meetings in or close to our Branch area can be found on our Events page.