CAMRA Greater Manchester Region

Welcome to the CAMRA Greater Manchester Branches Website.

Here you will find news from The Campaign For Real Ale’s Greater Manchester Region and the nine branches within it.

Latest CAMRA Greater Manchester News

Your beer is under threat….

Your local beer is under threat. The Government is set to increase the tax paid by some small independent breweries in the UK. This could lead to brewery closures, and less choice at the bar for you. CAMRA has joined calls for the Government to think again – we need your help to persuade them that … Continue reading “Your beer is under threat….”

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Latest Branch news

Pubs and breweries need more financial support to survive new lockdown: CAMRA

Responding to the new national lockdown in England and the announcement for grants of up to £9,000 for hospitality businesses, CAMRA Chairman Nik Antona said: “The national lockdown is yet another devastating blow for an already struggling industry, which follows hot on the heels of nearly a year of restrictions, curfews and forced closures. “It … Continue reading “Pubs and breweries need more financial support to survive new lockdown: CAMRA”

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Tier announcement underlines the importance of financial support for pubs and brewers

Commenting on the announcement that almost all of England will be placed into Tier 2 and 3 restrictions, CAMRA National Chairman Nik Antona said:  “After an agonising wait, licensees across the country have had their worst fears confirmed – in all but three council areas in the country, pubs will either be closed or only able to open if they are serving substantial meals.  “This is especially … Continue reading “Tier announcement underlines the importance of financial support for pubs and brewers”

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