Croydon & Sutton

Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale

Welcome to the Croydon & Sutton Branch of the Campaign for Real Ale


Save Pubs join CAMRA 2

Action required please! The Glamorgan (Cherry Orchard Road) planning application (Demolition of the existing public house building and the construction of a new building to re-provide a public house together with the erection of 36 residential units (Use Class C3) and associated means of access and landscaping) is now open for comments. Please object, you can submit your comments by going to


Click this link to see details of pubs reopening from 4 July: Post-lockdown reopening


Please sign this petition (set up by Anspach and Hobday Brewery and supported by SIBA) relating to Small Brewers Relief changes. This is an important campaign to reverse the Government's proposal that Small Brewers Relief base threshold should not change from 5000hL.


Click here for the October - November 2020 edition of London Drinker.


Please note that, in line with government guidelines, all physical meetings and socials are cancelled for the time being. We are holding weekly socials on Zoom - please see Branch Diary page for information.    


Local pubs' and breweries' initiatives while lockdown continues: If anyone becomes aware of any changes / additions / deletions please advise us at ku.gro.armac.nodyorc@retsambew



- List of Croydon & Sutton pubs which give CAMRA discount


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Welcome to the website of Croydon & Sutton CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale in the London Boroughs of Croydon and Sutton. CAMRA is the pub-goers' champion, we promote fine beers in great pubs and defend the rights of the drinker. If you drink beer or like pubs CAMRA is the place for you!

Contributions to the website (articles, photos) always welcome - please send to ku.gro.armac.nodyorc@retsambew

CAMRA's mission

CAMRA's mission is to act as champion of the consumer in relation to the UK and European beer and drinks industry. It aims to:

  • Maintain consumer rights;
  • Promote quality, choice and value for money;
  • Support the public house as a focus of community life;
  • Campaign for greater appreciation of traditional beers, ciders and perries as part of national heritage and culture;
  • Seek improvements in all licensed premises and throughout the brewing industry.

CAMRA also seeks to promote real cider and perry. Like ale, these are traditional British drinks and like ale, the traditional product is very different from the dead version.

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Webmaster: Steve Thompson ku.gro.armac.nodyorc@retsambew()