Category: GeneralNews
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Forthcoming Beer & Cider Festivals in 2018


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Category: People News
Posted by: clevweb
This note is to let everybody know of the recent sad loss to us all of our great friend Ian Blackburn who passed away peacefully at home on February 8th with his loving family close by his side.

A service to celebrate Blackie's life shall take place on Friday March 2nd in the Chapel of St Bede, Teesside Crematorium at 10.30am. Would friends please meet at the crematorium chapel. Single stem flowers in red or white colours, may be sent c/o Irene Jessop Funeral Service, "Isla House", 83 Lanehouse Road, Thornaby. Tel : 01642 601736. Donations in lieu of single stem flowers to The Butterwick Hospice, Macmillan Cancer Support and/or Marie Curie Cancer Care. A collection box shall be available after the service.

Blackie's own request was to ask those attending his service to wear MFC or England shirts or any tee shirt featuring his favourite TV shows or movies.

Thank you.

































Category: GeneralNews
Posted by: clevweb
Find copies of this leaflet in the pubs of Stockon.



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Category: GeneralNews
Posted by: clevweb
Local CAMRA member and previous committee member Dave Wichall has kept a file of old archive documents from the Cleveland branch of CAMRA.

This file has now been digitised and made available here.
Category: GeneralNews
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Sheffield's Real Heritage Pubs: Pub Interiors of Historic Interest


www.sheffieldcamra.org.uk/rhp


This new publication, the first Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) book about Heritage Pubs in Sheffield, is available as a free download. Edited by Sheffield and District CAMRA, Pub Heritage Officer, Dave Pickersgill, this ground-breaking document is the first attempt to create a snapshot of the Sheffield Pub Heritage picture. Paul Ainsworth, Chair of the CAMRA National Pub Heritage Group: "Over the past 25 years, CAMRA has developed its national and regional inventories of historic pub interiors.

These highlight the crème de la crème of interiors which have either escaped much alteration for many years or contain features of exceptional interest. We have, though, been aware that below these top tiers can be found a host of interiors which, whilst much changed, still offer a great deal worth seeing. The pioneering work carried out in Sheffield to locate and record these pubs has been an inspiring exercise. It enables compilation of this publication portraying the rich tapestry of Sheffield's pubs from the nationally important to those where what remains, may be fragments, but is nevertheless to be cherished. A bonus, of course, is that many of these pubs sell great real ale.

We hope this guide is the first of many." Included in the 81 pages are over 30,000 words, over 300 images and detailed comment on all the 22 Sheffield pubs listed on the CAMRA Pub Heritage website. Also documented are both local pubs with some historical interest and many fragments of our historical brewery and pub heritage. The book is freely available from the Sheffield CAMRA website. Grateful thanks are given to numerous individuals, the National CAMRA Pub Heritage Group and Sheffield Archives: the latter for providing access to unique historic documentation.
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You can use whatpub.com to search for pubs across the UK and then look up opening times, descriptions, facilities and of course details of the real ale and cider on offer. Being an online guide means that extra functions such as additional text for descriptions, photos and live map data are also available.

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