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

We hope you enjoyed our 10th Moreton Beer Festival, on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th September, despite the rain showers. A report will appear here shortly

   The report for our record breaking Summer Ale & Steam Weekend, 18th to 20th August, is now available – see below.

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Beer and train ticket sales break records again at our 4th Ale & Steam Summer Weekend, from Friday 18th to Sunday 20th August. Please click on the photo right for a full report. This photo shows the busy scene at Toddington, on the record Saturday.



  For our Day Away this year on 10th June we went back to Gloucester, where we first visited back in 2006. We started at the Wetherspoon’s pub, the Lord High Constable, shown right. This is in the increasingly popular Quays area of Gloucester.


Congratulations to the Bakers Arms, Broad Campden (Shown right), for winning our POTY award for 2017.

The Inn at Fossebridge was runner-up



The 9th Spring Ale & Steam Weekend on Saturday May 20th and Sunday 21st broke attendance records again. We hope you enjoyed sampling some of the excellent beers and ciders. Please click on photo right for a full report.



Our 77th Pub Walk on Saturday 6th May was based on the Sherborne Arms in Aldsworth. Please click on photo for a full report. We will now take our usual summer break and resume walking in October.



You have heard of the famous 10 green bottles, hanging on a wall, so now its 4 brown chickens! Seen during our 76th Walk on 1st April 2017, based on the Kings Arms in Mickleton. Please click on the Chickens for a full walk report.



Great spring weather for our 75th Walk on 4th March 2017, centred on the Horse & Groom at Upper Oddington. The results of the storms earlier in February were seen in the form of this large fallen tree. Please click on photo right for more walk details.



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This site last updated on 17th September 2017