The application to demolish the Plough goes to SCC Planning Committee on Tuesday 4th.August. This is the latest twist in a saga which commenced when the previous owners, Enterprise Inns (Ei), decided to deliberately run-down their historically important asset before closure in 2015. Two years later, an application to turn the site into a branch … Continue reading The Plough – the saga continues
This national government funded initiative runs throughout August on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays with a 50% discount off food and non alcoholic drinks up to a maximum saving of £10 per head at participating cafes, restaurants and pubs when you dine in. This is a great opportunity to eat out at pubs that do food … Continue reading Eat Out to Help Out – affordable pub dining!
Responding to the Government’s proposed changes to Small Brewers Relief National Chairman of CAMRA Nik Antona commented: “Whilst the removal of the cliff edge in the Small Brewers Relief Scheme will benefit many brewers and help successful businesses to grow, CAMRA does not believe this should be achieved at the expense of small brewers. “Given the impacts of COVID-19 and the lack of … Continue reading CAMRA responds to Small Brewers Relief changes
An announcement has been made that Lesley and Mick of Lost Industry Brewing are leaving the Industry Tap bar in order to put their full focus on the brewery, which has been undergoing a significant refurbishment during lockdown whilst the pubs were shut! The good news is this doesn’t mean the closure of the Industry … Continue reading Lost Industry Tap
Looking forward to going back to the pub as they gradually start to reopen from 4th July? Things will be a little different whilst Covid-19 safety rules are in force, below is CAMRA’s guide to the new way of pubgoing. Check out whatpub.com for all the information we have about which pubs are reopening and … Continue reading A guide to Covid safe pubgoing
With the government announcing that pubs can reopen if they wish from Saturday 4th July, subject to being set up to operate in a Covid-19 secure manner, our volunteers are busy updating CAMRA’s online pub guide whatpub.com with details of all the pubs we are aware of that are reopening soon and/or selling food and … Continue reading Find pub re-openings on whatpub.com
In late May, Sheffield CAMRA wrote to local councils regarding the Government funded Small Business Grant Fund and the Retail and Hospitality Grant Scheme, encouraging them to try to ensure that this support reaches every pub and club possible to help make sure they are still there when we can visit again. We received a … Continue reading Covid-19 – Grant Schemes
The Prime Minister has announced that alongside changes to social distancing requirement pubs will be permitted to open from Saturday 4th July – but subject to conditions including table service and customers registering their contact details for the NHS track and trace system. Not all pubs will be ready to open on the 4th July … Continue reading Pubs can open from 4th July (terms and conditions apply!)
The last time pubs, bars and restaurants were allowed to be open for enjoying food and drink on the premises was 20th March and we’ve now had nearly 3 months without being able to socialise with friends at such venues to protect us from the Covid-19 pandemic. CAMRA members enjoy the pubs and the people … Continue reading Enjoying a lockdown beer at home!
The brewery at the Dronfield Arms, originally set up as Hopjacker, is currently out of use and available to rent. If you’re a professional brewer looking at setting up your own business and looking for an already set up premises and kit this could be an opportunity for you! Contact is the owner, Chris Sinclair, … Continue reading Beery bits and bobs