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There are approximately 300 pubs within the Worcester Branch area, covering the full range of styles from rural village inns to busy town centre establishments. The map below shows all the pubs in our area. Click on a flag and you'll see the details we have about the pub appear on the right. Let us know if any facts are wrong or if you think our descriptions need adjusting or expanding by sending us an email.
If you are a CAMRA member you can record your experiences of visiting one of the pubs in our area using the online CAMRA Beer Scoring Scheme or you can access a fully searchable nationwide online pub guide that covers our branch area at WhatPub.com
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The Worcester Branch of CAMRA is implementing the LocALE accreditation scheme to identify and promote those pubs in its area that permanently stock a beer from a local brewery, thereby supporting local breweries and at the same time being environmentally friendly by cutting down on "beer miles".
Details of the scheme and the pubs currently accredited can be found by clicking on this link.
CAMRA has launched a
If you are a pub landlord who would like to join the scheme - please get in touch.
Three of the pubs in our area are listed in the CAMRA's National Inventory of Historic Pub Interiors. They are the Bush in Worcester St Johns, the Monkey House (Cider House) in Defford and the Three Kings in Hanley Castle. Further details can be found on the National Inventory website.
The National Inventory is CAMRA's pioneering effort to identify and protect the most important historic pub interiors in the country. It has been part of the campaign's mission for the last 35 years to not only save real ale but also Britain's rich heritage of pubs.
If you want to be kept regularly up to date on the changes to the status
of the pubs on CAMRA's National Inventory of Historic Pub Interiors, then
please join the email mailing list. Bulletins are sent out each
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