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We recently presented July Pub of the Month to the Cremorne on London Road, August pub of the Month to the Red Deer on Pitt Street and District Pub of the Year to the Anglers Rest at Millers Dale.

Cremorne POTMJUL15 by JB  red deer potm Aug15 anglers dpoty15 by JB


A thanks to all the above pubs for hosting us and making us welcome along with a congratulations on your respective awards.

Also a special thanks to Wincle brewery who supplied a complimentary bottle of beer to all of us who attended the presentation at the Anglers Rest as a take home gift, Wincle beers often feature on the bar at the Anglers and on the night of the presentation a pin of theirs was set up on the bar as an additional guest beer poured on gravity.

Finally not long after we presented Graham and Beryl with their District Pub of the Year award they celebrated their Ruby wedding anniversary. Again, congratulations!


The Brothers Arms laid on a beer and music festival on the same weekend as Tramlines festival and of course the Everley Pregnant Brothers was one of the acts performing there. Our Dronfield sub branch had an official social there later on the Saturday evening and enjoyed themselves, however our photo from earlier in the day when the Brothers were playing suggests a good turn out….

Brothers Arms fest


The Old Poets Corner at Ashover, near Chesterfield, won Derbyshire Pub of the Year, pictured is Jane Lefley of Chesterfield CAMRA presenting the award.

Old Poets DPOTY15


About Andy Cullen

Andy has been actively involved in CAMRA since the early 2000s after being recruited to sit on a National Younger Members Task Group. Since then he has held roles on the branch committee including Secretary, Membership Secretary, Magazine Editor, Chair and now Social Secretary. Andy has also been involved with the Steel City Beer & Cider Festival almost every year since becoming active in the branch.

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