CAMRA branch for Stevenage, Hitchin, Letchworth, Baldock & surrounds.

November Social Events

November Social Events

Two events coming up for November: Saturday 18th November – Minibus Trip Visiting 5 pubs on the Good Beer Guide long list. £5 members, £8 non-members. Pickups from 6pm, Stevenage, Hitchin, Letchworth, Baldock & East Herts. Book via socialsecretary@camranorthherts.org.uk. Thursday 23rd November – Letchworth Social – starts at 7.30pm in first pub. Crafty’s, Leys Avenue GardenRead more about November Social Events[…]

Hitchin Beer Festival 2017 – reflections on a successful festival

Hitchin Beer Festival 2017 – reflections on a successful festival

There is no doubt that the Hitchin Beer Festival, which took place in June was the most successful yet. A record of over 3,400 customers attended the festival (up from the previous record of 2,874 in 2016) – with some coming from as far afield as Sussex and Kent! More than 10,000 pints of beerRead more about Hitchin Beer Festival 2017 – reflections on a successful festival[…]

September social events

September social events

Two events this month and advance notice of a brewery visit in October. Saturday 9th September: Minibus trip King William IV, Mangrove Green, Fox, Darley Hall, Red Lion, Breachwood Green, Strathmore Arms, St Pauls Walden, Red Lion, Preston. £5 members, £8 non-members. Pickups from 6pm, Stevenage, Hitchin, Letchworth, Baldock & East Herts. Book via socialsecretary@camranorthherts.org.uk.Read more about September social events[…]

August social event

August social event

Only one branch event this month as we’re in the summer holiday season! Wednesday 23rd August – Baldock Social. Starts at 8pm in first pub: Hen & Chickens, South Road then Cock, High Street Victoria, Sun Street Orange Tree, Norton Road

Local pub news

Local pub news

The Cabinet at Reed Good news for local campaigners as NHDC has turned down the bid to turn the Cabinet into a private house. See the report in the local paper http://www.royston-crow.co.uk/news/reed-campaigners-relief-after-planning-permission-to-turn-the-cabinet-pub-into-a-house-is-refused-1-5119167 The pub remains closed – as it has been for several years – but the Save the Cabinet campaign group have been buoyedRead more about Local pub news[…]