CAMRA

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CAMRACampaign for Real Ale
CAMRACenter for Advancing Microbial Risk Assessment
CAMRAChildren and Media Research Advancement
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CAMRAComputer-Assisted Medical Record Audit
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Revitalisation project chairman, Michael Hardman, said: "This could mark a fundamental turning point for the Campaign for Real Ale. So fundamental, it may no longer continue as the Campaign for Real Ale and instead become a campaign for pubs, or a campaign for all drinkers.
The Stourbridge and Halesowen branch of the Campaign for Real Ale also lodged an objection to the development saying the building is important to the community.
The Campaign for Real Ale (Camra) warned the lack of trade in traditionally-quiet January could be the "nail in the coffin" for struggling pubs, which are closing at the rate of 26 a week.
The Campaign for Real Ale (Camra) has released a list of the UK's top 150 local real ale pubs, which have been nominated by local branch members.
The Wallsend-based firm's X2 Pale Ale pipped Gundog Brewery's Dogs Aloud and Allendale Brewery's End 39 Amarillo Rye brew to the Tyneside and Northumberland Campaign for Real Ale title.
It comes as the Campaign for Real Ale has launched community pubs month, which is being run throughout April in a bid to raise the profile of watering holes and entice more people to use them.
The Campaign for Real Ale (Camra) has drawn up a list of the UK's top 150 local real ale pubs.
PUBS across Merseyside have come out on top, according to CAMRA - the Campaign for Real Ale.
The Victoria and Albert campaign had the unequivocal support of the Tyneside and Northumberland branch of the Campaign for Real Ale.
The Campaign for Real Ale (Camra) said a third of men and women wrongly believe that beer has more calories than other alcoholic drinks.
Entrance is pounds 1.50 from 11am-6pm, (Campaign for Real Ale members free) and pounds 2.50 from 6pm onwards (Camra members pounds 1).
But the Campaign for Real Ale wants Consumer Minister Gerry Sutcliffe to make pubs use larger, marked glasses.
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