Rugby CAMRA Launch new initiative.By Steve Heighton
Rugby CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) have announced a series of pub crawls to highlight the quality of the hostelries in the area. The crawls, named the 'Friday Four' will be held on the last Friday in each month.
Steve Heighton from CAMRA, who is guiding the events stated 'We have some fantastic pubs in Rugby and also an increasing population, many who have not been on an old fashioned pub crawl. These events are an open event to all drinkers and not just real ale drinkers. On previous crawls we have had a fantastic response and had people from all over coming out for a night with us. They are great fun and support the local pubs and will hopefully encourage more people to try their local and realise what they are missing'.
The first crawl of four pubs starts Friday 31/01/2014 at 8pm at the Raglan Arms on Dunchurch Road, a previous County and Town pub of the year and then heading to the Half Moon, Webb Ellis and the Merchants, another award winning pub.
|03/07/2014 - Rugby Festival of Culture - Pub crawl|
As part of the Rugby Festival of Culture , Rugby CAMRA have organized a pub crawl visiting 8 of the Towns best pubs. The crawl is being guided by Steve Heighton at starts on Saturday the 5th at 1pm from the Raglan Arms on Dunchurch Road and visits some of the very best pubs in Rugby . This is an open event and is not just for ale drinkers ( Ciders, Lagers, bombers and even tea drinkers) and all over 18’s are welcome as we try to set a new record for people on a pub crawl in Rugby.
|18/06/2014 - 31st Beer Festival|
Next Branch Meeting:
What's On Tonight: 23-07-14
What's On Tomorrow: 24-07-14