Local Pubs Week

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Local Pubs Week

With a Beer & Pub Association report highlighting that 5 pubs are closing every day, CAMRA has to do more than ever to support local pubs through these difficult times.

CAMRA’s annual Local Pubs Week aims to:

# Raise the profile and importance of pubs in the community

# Encourage people of all ages and backgrounds to use community pubs and visit the pub more often than they currently do

# Encourage pubs to organise events during the week to entice more trade

Unfortunately, due to many factors outside the control of the pub such as the smoking ban, increases in excise duty and the sale of beer by supermarkets as a loss-leader, pubs now more than ever, need support throughout the year.

CAMRA in Cheshiresupports the pub trade during Local Pubs Week.
We urge you to do the same.

The British Pub makes a unique contribution to our way of life. It enhances our culture, epitomises our heritage and is the centrepiece of the local community.

To offer your support could not be simpler or more pleasant.
All you have to do is go to the pub!
Take the family, meet friends, have a meal, listen to a band, take part in a quiz.

We are losing our pubs. What will you do when your local has gone?
Use it or lose it!

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