Welcome to the South East London Branch of the Campaign for Real Ale. Our area covers the boroughs of Southwark, Lewisham and Greenwich, and the parts of Lambeth with an SE postcode.
2017 Branch AGM
The 2017 South East London CAMRA Annual General Meeting will be held in the upstairs function room at the Old Kings Head in Borough on Mon 16 January 2017 at 7.30pm. As usual, a buffet will be provided for those attending. All branch members are welcome to attend and we hope to see as many of you there as possible.
Promoting Pubs With Southwark MP Neil Coyle
On Sat 20 Aug we visited a number of local pubs with Southwark & Old Bermondsey MP Neil Coyle to generate additional publicity for the crucial community role played by our pubs and also the challenges and threats they face today. The tour started at the China Hall, Rotherhithe and finished at the Gladstone Arms, Borough, stopping off at a number of other pubs on the way. Click here full details and links to the press interest we generated.
3rd Kidbrooke Beer & Cider Festival
Thanks go to all our volunteers and the 850 visitors that helped make another successful festival in May this year at Charlton Park RFC. We virtually sold out of all 50 beers and 25 ciders/perries – that’s over 3,500 pints served! Joint winners of Beer of the Festival were Anspach & Hobday’s The Stout Porter and Bullfinch Brewery’s South Eastern Bloc Stout. Hartland Perry was voted Cider/Perry of the Festival.
Read Blackheath Revolt’s festival review here.
Branch 2016 Pub of The Year Winners
After another closely fought contest, Branch members voted the Pelton Arms in Greenwich as the winner of our Pub Of The Year, closely followed by the Long Pond in Eltham. Our Cider Pub Of The Year award once again goes to the Blythe Hill Tavern in Forest Hill. Congratulations to all three great pubs.
30 SE London Pubs Now Registered as ACV
Click here to view the growing list of SE London pubs successfully registered as an Asset of Community Value (ACV) by our Branch or other local groups. Making an application is easier than you might think and SE London CAMRA can help. More info
During the course of a month, we usually have a Branch meeting (where we discuss the branch business), 2/3 social meetings and some months a beer festival planning meeting. All members are welcome at any meeting.
For more info see the Diary.