Read about two North Hertfordshire pubs that are currently closed but that their local communities are working to bring back to life. Both pubs have now been given Asset of Community Value (ACV) status – that doesn’t automatically save them but gives the community the chance to prevent their loss.
The Station, Knebworth
Thanks to all who attended last week’s AGM.
* The next branch open meeting is at Craftys in Letchworth on 11 May.
* There will be a minibus trip to the 4 contenders for County pub of the year on 22 April
* We recruited 97 new members this year (so now 985 branch[…Read on]
Your branch needs YOU. At present we have no nominations for the following committee positions:-
Main task is to co-ordinate the review and update of the the branch pub details in our database and the WhatPub web site. This does not require you to visit every pub in the branch (but you can if[…Read on]
Branch 2017 Pub of the Year I have great pleasure in announcing that The Red Lion, Preston has won the 2017 Branch Pub of the Year. Congratulations to Joe and Ray, and their team. The Red Lion, Preston The Red Lion now goes forward to represent the branch in the CAMRA Hertfordshire Pub of the Year competition. More [...Read on]
We hope you enjoyed the 2017 Stevenage Beer Festival earlier this month.
The feedback we got from visitors was that they enjoyed the festival and the overall range of drinks. Having finally sifted through all your festival feedback forms and other data, here is a summary of the key statistics and points that we have[…Read on]
The Station pub at Knebworth is currently closed but the campaign to save the Station Pub is growing.
Join the Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/StationPubKnebworth/ and find out more information on a new website set up to raise awareness, support and funding to retain the Station as a community pub – https://www.stationpub.org.uk/