Real ale group CAMRA consults members over widening campaign focus

A group which has championed real ale since it was set up in 1971 could change its name and focus on other campaigns.

Published 31st Mar 2016
Updated 9 th Aug 2023

The Campaign for Real Ale (Camra) is consulting its 177,000 members under a review, and could widen its remit to campaign on issues such as pub heritage and foreign beer.

Michael Hardman, one of Camra's founders, 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."

A decision will be made in April next year.

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