CAMRA


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CAMRACampaign for Real Ale
CAMRACenter for Advancing Microbial Risk Assessment
CAMRAChildren and Media Research Advancement
CAMRaChilbolton Advanced Meteorological Radar
CAMRACanadian American Modified Racing Association
CAMRAComputer-Assisted Medical Record Audit
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The Camra Great Welsh Beer & Cider Festival will take place from November 5-7.
Ahead of the election David Cameron, in a letter to CAMRA, has committed the new government to make it easier for communities to raise the money needed to buy pubs which are 'at risk.
Some 120 real ales and 50 ciders and perries will be on sale, some showcasing local breweries as part of the CAMRA LocAle campaign.
Cleveland CAMRA has 700 members and covers an area from Hartlepool to Ingleby Cross to Robin Hood's Bay.
Tom Stainer, CAMRA's head of communications, said: "Community Pubs Month is about highlighting the important role pubs play in community life and no pubs are better examples of fantastic locals than these 200 CAMRA branch winners.
Abercolwyn CAMRA chairman Ian Saunders presented bar manager Joe Lavin with the award and praised him and his staff for their work in promoting real ale.
The development of CAMRA emphasizes the importance of SS&C's ongoing dialogue with clients and underscores SS&C's commitment to the asset management industry.
Camra said research showed that over a third of pub-goers would be more likely to visit their local more often if they held more events.
Thirty-five beers (nine porters, nine stouts, nine old ales or milds and eight barley wines) were entered into the fi-nal, all of them chosen by CAMRA branches and tasting panels.
Camra is planning to appeal and is calling on supporters to contribute to the fighting fund.
Camra will be seeking out the best bottled cider in 2006, to be announced alongside its Draught Cider and Perry Championships.