Members' Weekend, AGM & ConferenceDundee 26-28 April 2024
About the Weekend
CAMRA’s Members’ Weekend, AGM & Conference is held annually in April and is open to all CAMRA members. Not only is it a chance to discuss motions at Conference, it also gives members the opportunity to socialise in the onsite bar, attend information sessions and explore the beer scene of different cities around the UK.
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Caird Hall, City Square, Dundee DD1 3BB
Come and help celebrate 50 years of CAMRA in Scotland.
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Find the latest Members’ Weekend award recipients below
Campaigner of the Year
2023 Winner: Helen Anne Smith
Helen’s nomination spoke of their long list of achievements. Their passion for building more diverse and inclusive spaces, making drinks education accessible, and empowering the whole industry was evident in their nomination, and the judging panel was impressed by their dedication and the sheer amount of work they had undertaken.
In response to the outpouring of stories about misogyny, racism, and mistreatment of workers within the beer and hospitality industries, they used their platform to organise the Common Ground Conference, where hundreds of attendees heard from industry leading speakers about improving hospitality workers’ rights.
Know someone who has gone above and beyond to champion beer, cider, pubs or clubs? Nominations for CAMRA’s Campaigner of the Year are now open for the 2024 award.
Branch Website of the Year
2023 winner: South Devon CAMRA branch
The National Branch Website of the Year competition shines a spotlight on the very best websites that give full details of local branch activity, showcase campaigning activity, follow our branding guidelines, and encourage visitors to join CAMRA and get involved. It is no coincidence that those branches with effective websites often benefit from an increased number of volunteers and campaigning success.