North Cotswold Branch of the Campaign for Real Ale

Welcome to our web site. We aim to keep beer drinkers up to date with local issues and events. Please feel free to join us at meetings, walks, and beer festivals, even if you are not a CAMRA member yet. For details of the area we cover, please select “Branch Area Map” left.


Latest News


  The Inn at Fossebridge has won our Branch POTY award for 2024. See below.

    We have reviewed our Branch Walks. Please click this link for details. The weather during the last planned walk at the Stump, Fosse Cross, on Thursday 8th February 2024, was wet, so we have decided to delay the start of these walks until Spring.

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  The Inn at Foseebridge has won our Branch Pub of the Year award for 2024. 

   Pictured are Owners Dee and Geoff with Branch Charman Roger Price (Left) who stands down this year after sixteen years in the role.

   Please click on photo for a full report.


     . The 16th Moreton Beer Festival took place during good weather from 8th to 9th September 2023. We hope you all enjoyed it. Please click on the photo right for a full report.

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     Our Ale & Steam Weekend, 16th to 18th June 2023, was a great success, and blessed with hot & Sunny weather. Please click on the photo of Dinmore Manor, at Winchcombe, for a full report.

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     Congratulations to the Bell Inn, Moreton in Marsh, on winning our Branch Pub of the Year award 2023, recently. The Joint runners up were the Bakers Arms at Broad Campden, Eight Bells at Chipping Campden, and the Inn at Fossebridge


. A nice view of Spring daffodils bordering a drive, seen on our walk 112 on 1st April, based on the Seven Tuns, Chedworth. Please click on photo right for a full report.

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     On 4th March, eight walkers turned out on a dry day to take part on our 111th pub walk, based on the Catherine Wheel at Bibury. Please click on the photo of the pub, right, for a full report

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The Craven Arms, Brockhampton, is presently closed. A planning application to convert it to housing, was refused by Cotswold District Council on 19th January 2023.The Craven won our POTY in 2019, as seen right. Any further updates will be notified here.

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This site last updated on 1st April 2024