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WHAT IS SEL CAMRA?

We are the Campaign for Real Ale Branch covering Leigh, Atherton, Tyldesley, Astley, Lowton, Golborne, Newton Le Willows & Earlstown


The Branch meets every month in a local pub to discuss pub and beer issues. As well as cascading information from CAMRA HQ, all meetings provide the opportunity for everyone to get together to discuss which pubs are serving a good pint and forthcoming beer festivals and events.

We also plan a fun-filled schedule of real ale related activities throughout the year such as pub surveys and brewery trips.

All of CAMRA's members are highly valued. Without you the organisation would not exist, but did you know that CAMRA membership can mean so much more than your monthly copy of What's Brewing or the occasional trip to the local beer festival? CAMRA is a very active organisation full of vibrant personalities getting involved in many different ways. From taking part in local pub surveys, distributing membership leaflets to running local and national beer festivals, the work is varied, challenging, but most of all, enjoyable. There is of course an element of commitment to volunteering but ultimately it is like-minded individuals working together and having fun that really encourages members to keep giving their valuable time.

Why bother? - Well without more individuals getting involved actively, CAMRA will struggle to continue to grow and develop. Local branches are always looking for new faces to join in at meetings or social events and would be very happy to hear from you. So why not become a more active part of CAMRA? It is rewarding, fun and will no doubt at some point involve having a few pints. What could be better?



To join our email distribution list email your request to sel_camra@hotmail.co.uk 

Branch Contact Steven Prescott you can ring him on 01942 719037or email him at steven.prescott@blueyonder.co.uk

 

Find us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/117010311708890/ 

 
For more information about CAMRA please visit http://www.camra.org.uk/aboutcamra


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