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Additional resources for our campaigners

Our campaign resources aim to provide you with a wide range of information and materials you’ll need to become a fantastic campaigner for pubs, beer and cider!

Saving Your Local Pub

A comprehensive toolkit for campaigners covering saving your local pub.

The first in a series of newsletters sent to Local Planning Authorities in England. This edition focuses on the impact of COVID-19.

CAMRAs full policy submission to the Alcohol Duty Review. November 2020.

Guidance from the British Beer and Pub Association, British Institute of Innkeeping and UKHospitality on the second lockdown in England, including guidance on selling alcohol to takeaway,

Updated versions may appear on this page,

CAMRAs policy submission to the Business Rates Review – tranche two. October 2020.

This document produced by Poppleston Allen gives an outline of the new legal requirements for hospitality businesses in England. It covers the use of face coverings for customers and staff in licensed premises.

This document produced by Poppleston Allen gives an outline of the new legal requirements for hospitality businesses in England. It covers the 10pm curfew and table service.

This document defines the types of clubs that CAMRA campaigns for, and aims to provide an objective standard for whether a licensed premises should be treated as a club or as an ‘other drinking establishment’.

CAMRAs policy submission to the Business Rates Review – tranche one. September 2020.

This document, produced by the BII, gives an overview of the new ‘rule of six’- which applies from 14 September. It provides links to information for England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. It also covers group bookings, and what pubs need to do for Test and Trace- which will be a legal requirement from 18 September.

Licencees might also find the review of changes produced by Poppleston Allen helpful. It can be accessed here.

This document, produced by the RNIB, gives guidance on how the hospitality sector can support blind and partially sighted customers with social distancing measures.

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