The North Bedfordshire branch promotes the main aims of CAMRA and provides information about pubs, breweries and activities in this area. The core aims are the promotion of real ale, real cider and perry, and to promote pubs not just as places to drink but to highlight the important role they play at the heart of every community.

For more information visit CAMRA.ORG.UK  for more information about the campaign, what real ale is and for details of current key campaigns.
If you live in North Bedfordshire and would like to join us in our many activities please go to the JOIN page for more information.

The North Bedfordshire Branch of The Campaign for Real Ale covers the County roughly North of the A507 and West of the A1/ B658.                
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CAMRA branches throughout the country have suspended all physical campaigning activities while the current coronavirus crisis lasts. This includes branch meetings, socials, brewery trips and festivals. However, North Beds branch will continue campaigning where it can through this website, WhatPub and social media.
You will know that all pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants have closed from Saturday 21st March at the government’s request. CAMRA is doing all it can to convince the government to give as much support as possible to help these businesses survive the crisis.
Although pubs, breweries and cider producers face tough times ahead, we are pleased that many are taking initiatives to stay in business until the situation improves. Some are introducing new take-away or local delivery services for food and drink, while others are offering an off-licence service for cask beers while there is still beer in the cellar. Small independent breweries that rely heavily on supplying guest beers are appealing to beer lovers to buy polypins or bottles direct from the brewery.

We will support all initiatives from local breweries and pubs to keep their business going during the crisis. Send us details by email at community@northbeds.camra.org.uk or through our social media pages and we will help publicise what’s happening on this website, through pub entries in WhatPub and via social media.

CAMRA and SIBA (The Society for Independent Brewers) are also launching a new Pulling Together campaign to publicise brewery and pub business initiatives throughout the country. This gives consumers and CAMRA members some easy steps to support their local pubs and breweries through the crisis. Submit details of local initiatives direct or keep us informed and we will forward them to the new website. https://camra.org.uk/pullingtogether
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