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

Save The Cabinet in Reed

Save The Cabinet in Reed

The Save the Cabinet Action group has launched a petition to the Planning Inspectorate to make sure that the developer’s appeal is heard by way of a hearing or an inquiry, and not just a paper exercise. The petition is here … https://www.change.org/p/the-planning-inspectorate-save-the-cabinet-at-reed-a-400-year-old-gem-and-the-last-pub-in-the-village The full article and more information about the campaign can be foundRead more about Save The Cabinet in Reed[…]

Save the Windmill campaign continues

Save the Windmill campaign continues

The Campaign to reopen the Windmill in Charlton continues this Monday with an al fresco event from 7.30pm. Bring your own beer & wrap up well! Thanks to The Comet for the article, which includes an interview with our own Malcolm Chapman. http://www.thecomet.net/news/chestnuts-to-roast-on-open-fire-for-charlton-s-save-the-windmill-campaign-1-5321015

Save the Cabinet campaign – public meeting 29 November

Save the Cabinet campaign – public meeting 29 November

A public meeting has been called by Reed Parish Council on Wednesday 29 November at Reed Village Hall, starting at 8pm. The Save The Cabinet campaign are encouraging everyone to attend in order to demonstrate clear public support for an initiative designed to help get our pub back. More details can be found on their website:  http://www.savethecabinet.uk/news.htm  Read more about Save the Cabinet campaign – public meeting 29 November[…]

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[…]

Fighting to save North Hertfordshire pubs

Fighting to save North Hertfordshire pubs

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 Campaigning websiteRead more about Fighting to save North Hertfordshire pubs[…]