North East Region of CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale
CAMRA North East - About us:
CAMRA is divided nationally into 16 regions.
CAMRA North East generally covers the area from the Scottish Border to the River Tees. It is bounded to the West by the Pennines.
The regional team is made up of volunteer CAMRA members drawn from the branches in the region.
Head of this team is the Regional Director (Currently: David Brazier)
The region currently has four branches:
Sunderland and South Tyneside CAMRA
Tyneside and Northumberland CAMRA
Cleveland CAMRA are part of Yorkshire Region, but a large part of that branch falls geographically within the North East so they are actively involved in the region & attend/take part in all North East regional activities.
Follow the links for each branches own website & more information on activities within that branch.
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Twitter / NeCamra
- Monday, 17:19 : RT @CAMRA_Official: Don't forgot to share your questions with us, all about Cellarmanship 🍻 Comment them below to see them answered later this week! 👇👇 twitter.com/CAMRA_Official…
- Friday, 17:00 : RT @CAMRA_Official: Next week, we are offering a virtual education session on how to keep, store and serve real ale to coincide with the launch of @CAMRABooks' latest title, ‘Cellarmanship’ by Patrick O’Neill 📚 #pullingtogether pic.twitter.com/OMtg2eLLln
- Saturday, 12:30 : RT @CAMRA_Official: Did you see our news yesterday? 👀 Submit your questions to email@example.com all about keeping, storing & serving real ale - @CAMRABooks’ author Patrick O’Neill will answer them on Friday, during our virtual education session! 🍻 Read more 👉 ow.ly/PCtY50yXObo pic.twitter.com/iBoxrg7wzo
- Friday, 14:16 : RT @DurhamBeerFest2: At the present time no final decision has been made on the 40th Durham Beer Festival. The Festival Committee are hoping to have a "virtual" meeting around mid-April to discuss the various options and we will provide updates as we are able to.
- Friday, 14:16 : RT @DurhamBeerFest2: At the moment all CAMRA activities are suspended until the end of June. This may extend based on the latest UK Government guidance. Although the 40th Durham Beer Festival is after the current suspension, we cannot guarantee that any extensions will not impact on us...
- Friday, 13:57 : RT @CAMRADurham: We have updated our website with an annoucement regarding the Branch and our activities at the current time camradurham.org.uk We have also set up a page with links to information on special services being offered within the Branch area camradurham.org.uk/covid-19
- Wednesday 25 March, 07:26 : RT @SIBA01: Brewery shops CAN open. Government updates guidance exceptions list. Please RT gov.uk/government/pub…
- Wednesday 25 March, 15:01 : RT @gbbf: It is with a heavy heart that we have decided to cancel this year’s Great British Beer Festival, due to take place from 4-8 August at Olympia London. Full statement on our website: gbbf.org.uk pic.twitter.com/RVAB8BK5al
- Saturday 21 March, 10:57 : RT @SST_CAMRA: This may be of use 👇👇 twitter.com/NigelSommelier…
Twitter / CAMRA_Official
- Monday, 17:19 : Don't forgot to share your questions with us, all about Cellarmanship 🍻 Comment them below to see them answered later this week! 👇👇 twitter.com/CAMRA_Official…
- Monday, 15:51 : RT @Britbeerwriters: Let's spread some good news with our BGBW MEMBER promo! Jeff Evans @insidebeer has been a professional beer writer for 30 years, and a stalwart of the @CAMRA_Official library. Why not check out his Good Bottled Beer Guide for the best brews to sample from home during #lockdown?
- Monday, 15:49 : What a great idea! Get involved and share your best hats with us this Thursday 🎩 We'll be on hand to RT the best ones! #properhatday 👇 twitter.com/Beermarketeer/…
- Monday, 12:55 : What are your burning questions about keeping, storing and serving real ale? ❓ @CAMRABooks author Patrick O'Neill will be answering them this Friday. Comment your questions below! 👇 pic.twitter.com/1frZN4RAq9
- Monday, 11:17 : Christo Tofalli, landlord of the Ye Olde Fighting Cocks in St Albans, will be on The Jeremy Vine Show @BBCRadio2 at 12.30pm to discuss how the pub is coping & what they are doing for the community during the COVID-19 crisis. @savestapubs Listen here! 📻➡️ bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00…
- Sunday, 13:00 : As Britain’s pub-goers and publicans face weeks of pub closures, we are offering a virtual education session on how to keep, store and serve real ale to coincide with the launch of our latest book, ‘Cellarmanship’ by Patrick O’Neill. 🍻 Learn more 👉ow.ly/NrJD50yXP04 pic.twitter.com/YCzO1gU2Lu
- Sunday, 10:30 : The @morningad has joined forces with trade leaders and media bodies, such as @RestaurantMagUK and @BigHospitality to launch the #UnitedWeStand campaign, to help the sector overcome the coronavirus pandemic. Read about the campaign on their website! 👉 ow.ly/RKMZ50yXOFd pic.twitter.com/ulCZNASzGV
- Saturday, 12:30 : Did you see our news yesterday? 👀 Submit your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org all about keeping, storing & serving real ale - @CAMRABooks’ author Patrick O’Neill will answer them on Friday, during our virtual education session! 🍻 Read more 👉 ow.ly/PCtY50yXObo pic.twitter.com/iBoxrg7wzo
- Saturday, 10:00 : .@HospAction are urgently seeking donations to their COVID-19 Emergency Appeal, to help build a significant fund to make a one-off award to eligible hospitality workers facing hardship as a result of the pandemic. Learn more online #pullingtogether 👉 hospitalityaction.org.uk pic.twitter.com/ePPtqRm21L