Diary

Here are the details of our branch meetings, socials and other activities for members coming up over the next month or two.

note due to Covid-19 restrictions we aren’t currently holding physical meetings or socials until further notice. We continue to hold some meetings online. Volunteering opportunities are still available if you would like to get involved.

Committee meeting

8pm Tue 27 Jul

The monthly business meeting for the committee. The venue is the Dog & Partridge on Trippet Lane in Sheffield City Centre.

RambAle

12:30pm Sat 31 Jul

Meet at the Hammer & Pincers in Bents Green for a walk via Ringinglow (Norfolk Arms) to Totley. Bus 83 or 88 will get you to Bents Green and bus 97 or 218 will get you back from Totley. A Citybus travel pass covers all buses in Sheffield.

Branch meeting

8pm Tue 3 Aug

All our members are welcome to come along, share pub, club and brewery news, discuss campaigning updates, get involved and more importantly enjoy a beer with us! The venue this month (TBC) is the tap room at Heist Brew Co in Neepsend. To get there bus 7 and 8 stops outside or it is a short walk from Infirmary Road tram stop.

Pub of the Month

8pm Tue 10 Aug

Join us at the Crow Inn for a few beers as we present the winners certificate.

Beery day out by bus: Glossop

11:30am Sat 14 Aug

We catch the X57 bus operated by Hulleys of Baslow departing Sheffield Interchange at 11:30am (also picks up at University of Sheffield, Broomhill and Crosspool) for the journey over the Snake Pass to Glossop for an afternoon exploring the pubs in the town, with the option of also visiting the tap room at Howard Town Brewery. Buses back run every 2 hours until gone midnight offering a choice of return times. The bus ticket costs £7.50 return or an all day hop on and off pass is £10.

Festival planning meeting

8pm Tue 17 Aug

We continue to discuss arrangements for our Steel City Beer & Cider Festival due to take place this October. The meeting is in the upstairs room at the Gardeners Rest, Neepsend.

Committee meeting and Beer Matters  distribution

8pm Tue 24 Aug

The monthly business meeting for the committee along with the arrival from the printers of the new issue of Beer Matters magazine for distribution volunteers to collect. The venue is the Dog & Partridge on Trippet Lane in Sheffield City Centre.

RambAle

Sat 28 Aug

The walk this month is a meander down the Hope Valley in the Derbyshire Peak District, finishing at the Old Hall Hotel in Hope for their beer & cider festival. The start and finish of this walk are near railway stations on the Hope Valley Line and also bus stops on route 271/272.

Branch meeting

8pm Tue 7 Sep

All our members are welcome to come along, share pub, club and brewery news, discuss campaigning updates, get involved and more importantly enjoy a beer with us! The venue this month is the Chantry Inn at Handsworth.

Heritage pub walk

5pm Wed 15 Sep

Organised as part of the National Heritage Open Days programme every year, a guided walk led by our pub heritage officer Dave Pickersgill pointing out surviving period features and the history of some of our classic pubs. This one is in the City Centre, it starts at Fagans and finishes at the Bath Hotel. Places need to be booked in advance online.

Heritage pub walk

3pm Fri 17 Sep

Organised as part of the National Heritage Open Days programme every year, a guided walk led by our pub heritage officer Dave Pickersgill pointing out surviving period features and the history of some of our classic pubs and breweries. This one is in the Kelham Island and Neepsend area, it starts at the Fat Cat and finishes at Sheffield Brewery Company. Places need to be booked in advance online.

Festival planning meeting

8pm Tue 21 Sep

We continue to discuss arrangements for our Steel City Beer & Cider Festival due to take place this October. The meeting is in the upstairs room at the Gardeners Rest, Neepsend.

Beery day out by tram

12pm Sat 25 Sep

Meet in the Sheffield Tap brew pub at Sheffield Station between noon and 1pm. Setting off at 1pm via Sheffield Station tram stop and visiting 3 or 4 pubs along the tram route to Hillsborough, meeting up again at the Rawson Spring Wetherspoon at Hillsborough tram stop between 5pm and 6pm. For each tram stop along the way two pubs are suggested (one pub near to the tram stop and a second pub a little further away, as well as alternatives). The aim is to offer a diverse range of pubs, some heritage pubs, some Good Beer Guide pubs, some traditional community pubs and a couple of brewery taps.

Committee meeting and Beer Matters  distribution

8pm Tue 28 Sep

The monthly business meeting for the committee along with the arrival from the printers of the new issue of Beer Matters magazine for distribution volunteers to collect. The venue is the Dog & Partridge on Trippet Lane in Sheffield City Centre.


Info and bookings
For more info and bookings, please contact our social secretary.

Neighbouring branches
Dronfield area events and news can be found on their branch website whilst for Rotherham visit their Facebook page. Other nearby CAMRA branches include Barnsley, North Nottinghamshire, Chesterfield and High Peak.

Public transport
Timetables, maps and ticket information for all buses and trams can be obtained from Travel South Yorkshire or Derbyshire County Council. For train travel visit National Rail Enquiries.

WhatPub
Information on pubs including location can be found on WhatPub, CAMRA’s national online guide. Survey volunteers needed – see here for more info