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For many years one of CAMRA’s stated objectives has been to support community pubs. CAMRA’s view is that “all pubs are community pubs to some degree but some pubs serve their community better than others”. This document provides further explanation and examples of features or services that great community pubs may provide.

The aim of this definition is to identify, in an objective and evidence- based manner, the essential features of what differentiates a ‘pub’ from other on-trade licensed premises where alcohol is sold.

This document provides examples of what you could consider including in an ACV nomination

Document containing non-statutory advice for local authorities on a community’s right to bid on local establishments.

A template nomination form for listing a pub as an Asset of Community Value

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