Welcome to the website of the Surrey Branches of CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale.
The Campaign for Real Ale is a voluntary organisation with over 171,000 members (May 2015) run by an elected, unpaid national executive and backed by a small core of professional staff. It speaks for people everywhere by fighting to save pubs and breweries from closure, attempting to improve quality and choice, and trying to ensure pub standards are raised.
There are 4 CAMRA Branches covering the whole of Surrey.
Local information about each of these Branches and details of events can be found by following the links above. If you’d like to receive our low-volume emails, then please join one of our mailing lists.
Surrey CAMRA Branches Pub of the Year 2015
The winner of the Surrey CAMRA Branches Pub of the Year for 2015 is currently being judged. Contenders are:
- East & Mid Surrey: Surrey Oaks, Newdigate
- Kingston & Leatherhead: Albert Arms, Esher
- North Surrey: Happy Man, Englefield Green
- Surrey Hants Borders: Jolly Sailor, Farnham
The winner in 2014 was the Surrey Oaks, Newdigate.
Surrey CAMRA Club of the Year 2015
The winner of the Surrey CAMRA Branches Club of the Year for 2015 is currently being judged. Contenders are:
- East & Mid Surrey: Kingswood Village Club
- Kingston & Leatherhead: Old Cranleighan Club, Thames Ditton
- North Surrey: Egham United Services Club
- Surrey Hants Borders: Woking Railway & Athletic Club
The winner of the 2014 Surrey CAMRA Branches Club of the Year competition was the United Services Club, Egham. Other finalists were Farnham Conservative Club, Kingswood Village Club and Walton Rowing Club.
Surrey & Sussex Cider Pub of the Year
The winner of the 2014 Surrey & Sussex Regional Cider Pub of the Year competition was the Star, Godalming.
Surrey and Sussex Regional Director – Chris Stringer
Deputy Regional Director Surrey – Kevin Travers
Surrey Cider Representative – Ken Lowe
Last reviewed and updated May 2015