Welcome to the website of the North East Suffolk Branch of CAMRA
The NE Suffolk CAMRA branch meets at least once a month and this is usually on a Saturday.
We try to visit places served by public transport and we hope to continue getting the excellent attendances we have experienced to date. Start times are given as a guide and public transport connections are taken into account before starting any formal proceedings.
We have started a Mid Month Meander in order to survey all the pubs in the branch area. Look out for these and join us if you can.
Branch socials and meetings are shown in the Branch Diary and Branch Events pages. They are also mentioned in What's Brewing and should appear in Last Orders, the newsletter of the Suffolk & North Essex CAMRA branches. Beer festivals run by pubs can be found listed on the Pub Events page.
Wednesday, 13:32 : Just in case some of you haven't already heard this news, the Stanford Arms in Lowestoft is to be sold by auction on 24th March 2021.
Thursday 7 January, 11:14 : RT @CAMRA_Official: We are urging the Government to let pubs in England trade as off licences during lockdown to save our locals.
Lockdown rules mean that pubs can only sell alcohol via home delivery & not through a collection service as in previous lockdowns.
Read more 👉 ow.ly/NLTc50D2eaupic.twitter.com/PYI1tE5ySh
Tuesday 5 January, 16:08 : RT @CAMRA_Official: Ask your MP to back our campaign to treat pubs in England fairly and let them sell beer & cider to take-away & drink at home during this new lockdown - just like supermarkets and off-licences can.
You can use our template e-mail to contact your MP here 👉 ow.ly/sPtj50D0wHYpic.twitter.com/sUglNapO9h
Saturday 22 August 2020, 10:08 : James Pickard of the Green Dragon in Bungay finally receives our branch Town Pub of the Year 2020 certificate (awarded at AGM in March). pic.twitter.com/OcFugMiRHH
Wednesday 11 March 2020, 14:44 : Our overall Pub of the Year for 2020 is the Stanford Arms, Lowestoft. Town PotY is Green Dragon, Bungay and Rural PotY is Sailors Home, Kessingland. Congratulations to all three pubs.