About Us

 

Welcome to Central Manchester CAMRA!

As a new branch we are still finding our direction and would be interested in hearing your views on how you think the branch could be active.

This website is very much a work in progress. The diary is progressing with the assistance of our enthusiastic social secretaries, who are always on the look out for interesting trips with which to tempt us.

Our facebook page is available for your entertainment: just search “Central Manchester CAMRA”. We are also now newly active on Twitter.

Feel free to attend our meetings or socials – all welcome!straight glass

Good Beer Guide Selection – Monday 13th February

The iconic Good Beer Guide is prepared and largely written by you – the members. Like the majority of branches, Central Manchester starts the selection process by considering the scores entered into “What Pub“. This provides a means to shorten the candidates into a manageable number to survey. The next stage is to highlight any … Continue reading Good Beer Guide Selection – Monday 13th February

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Camra Calling!?

Did you hear us? Using a new bit of kit we sent out a new newsletter out to all our members to keep them up to date with some of the activities within the branch. It does seem that this may not have reached as many as intended. It may also have gone to some … Continue reading Camra Calling!?

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CAMRA Discounts in the city

Did you know you can get a discount in many pubs on production of your current CAMRA membership card? All these will welcome you! Albert Square Chop House, Manchester: 20% off cask ales. Bar Fringe, Swan Street, Manchester: 10p off a half and 20p off a pint of cask ale Font, New Wakefield Street, Manchester: … Continue reading CAMRA Discounts in the city

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Save Ralph – Summary So Far

Campaigns don’t happen, or work overnight. It takes weeks, months and sometimes years to succeed or indeed fail. To help keep everyone up-to-date, however, here’s what’s happened so far with the campaign to save the Sir Ralph Abercromby on Bootle Street, Manchester 9/9/15 Manchester City Council (MCC) considered a report concerning an emerging Strategic Regeneration … Continue reading Save Ralph – Summary So Far

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Revitalisation Project

Revitalisation Project

The campaign is now taking a good, long, hard look at itself and asking “Do we need to change?”

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Save The Sir Ralph Abercromby

Sir Ralph Abercromby

The Sir Ralph Abercromby pub dates back to the early 19th century and the Peterloo Massacre. Despite 200 years of history, Manchester City Council’s Regeneration Team is planning to allow developers to demolish this historic building.

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