Bromley Branch News

Keeing you updated with the latest Bromley CAMRA Branch news.

Young Members’ event – Mondo Brewery

There are a limited amount of places left for the Young Members branch tour of the Mondo Brewery and Tap Room in Battersea next Thursday 17th October. It promises to be an entertaining and informative evening with the opportunity to purchase and enjoy some excellent beers in the tap room. The event is free and is aimed for members aged 40 and under. You must be registered to attend and can bring up to two guests. Further details and the registration form are here.

Launch of Bromley Pub Walks

Why not walk to the pub this summer? To coincide with CAMRA’s Summer of Pub campaign, Bromley CAMRA has now launched the first phase of the ‘Bromley Pub Walks’, a series of simple guides to assist members to take self-guided walks between some of the many excellent pubs in the rural parts of Bromley. The guides to 18 routes have now been published, with a further 10 routes to be added during the next few weeks. There are many miles of footpaths and more than 30 pubs and clubs in the ‘rural’ areas of Bromley, plus a few more pubs ‘just over the border’ in Kent and Surrey. Bromley CAMRA has now identified a network of more than 30 paths and tracks which link them all together. All of the Bromley and Kent pubs are accessible by public transport on at least 6 days of the week, so it’s really […..]

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Bromley CAMRA at House of Commons Lobby Day

Tuesday 30th October saw six intrepid Bromley CAMRA members join the national effort to speak to MPs about concerns for the future of our pubs. In particular we raised: • Reform of tax on beer • Fairer business rates for pubs • Make the “Pubs Code” work for tenants

We met first at Victoria Station, then registered ourselves with CAMRA at the Emanuel Centre in Marsham Street, and by 11 am we were outside Portcullis House for security clearance to lobby Bob Stewart, MP for Beckenham.

We did not have to wait long because Bob Stewart came out and found us in the queue. The Chancellor had delivered his Autumn Budget the day before, so there was plenty to talk about. Beer duty had been frozen, as had spirits, but wine duty was rising with inflation.

Bob is a long time supporter of CAMRA, having previously attended and opened […..]

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