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Learn about community clubs and clubs campaigning


 Clubs which are operated and governed for the benefit of their members are important community assets. CAMRA works to protect clubs and promote the social and well-being benefits of membership, and the vital work they often do to support their local communities.

The aims of CAMRA clubs campaigning focus on raising the profile of club going, encouraging people to use and become members of clubs, increasing the numbers of clubs offering real ales, ciders and perries to their members, and raising awareness of those clubs that provide them.

As with all CAMRA activity, clubs campaigning is led by volunteers at both the national and local level. If you have any questions or would like to get involved you can contact info@clubs.camra.org.uk

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What is a club?

Click here to read the CAMRA definition of a club.

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 Recognising the nation’s best membership club

Heritage Clubs

Find out about the development of a Register of clubs with historic interiors

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