Welcome to Bromley CAMRA

Campaigning for Real Ale drinkers in Bromley Borough.

One of the strengths of Bromley CAMRA is that we operate with a large and active committee, numbering around 20 persons at present.   We are all volunteers, so inevitably over time there is a turnover of committee members and as a result there are almost always some vacancies.   The table below shows the vacancies we have at present.   If you don’t see a vacancy that takes your fancy, but are interested in getting involved with Bromley CAMRA  anyway, we would be delighted to hear from you.   In the first instance, please use the contact form.

 

Committee RoleDescription
Pub Protection Officer (PPO)The PPO coordinates campaigning activities about protecting pubs from closure or damage including Identifying pubs which could benefit from Asset of Community Value status and coordinates the application process.

He or she gathers information on any likely threats to pubs and assists local campaigns to protect pubs. The PPO also endeavours to be aware of local Council policies which concern pubs e.g. on planning, and works with the Public Affairs Officer to lobby local Councils to adopt pub protection polices.

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Cider RepresentativeThe cider representative encourages, promotes, and campaigns for real cider and perry at branch level (and beyond if inclined).

He or she should also keep up-to-date records on cider pubs, cider makers, and distributors in the branch area.

The cider representative should also encourage pubs that don't stock real cider or perry to do so and pubs that do to extend their range (maintaining the quality). Act as the Branch contact on cider and perry related issues and campaigns.

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Women's RepresentativeThe role entails encouraging women's interest in the activities of CAMRA. Past events have included presentations to any interested groups (WIs for instance), organising events including food and drink matching using beer and cider; hopefully seeking to demonstrate that pubs are not just about drinking but play an active community role. You would need to be a social person and enjoy meeting others , and chatting with attendees and other pub goers.