Norwich & Norfolk
Campaign for Real Ale
The Norwich & Norfolk Branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) covers roughly two thirds of the county of Norfolk (in the east of England), centred on the city of Norwich.
The western third of the county is covered by the West Norfolk Branch; the southern area, centred on Diss and Harleston, is covered by the Mid Anglia Branch; and the eastern area, centred on Great Yarmouth/Gorleston is covered by the East Norfolk Sub-branch
The Norfolk branches are
part of CAMRA's
East Anglia Region
Frequently asked questions
Many questions that you might have about our branch can be answered by reading the Frequently Asked Questions text file.
Norwich & Norfolk Branch contact
Ian Stamp email.
Norwich & Norfolk Branch officers
Chairman: Ian Stamp, tel. 07770 978296 email.
Vice-chairman: Martin Ward, tel. 07833 971894 email.
Secretary: Michael Ryan email.
Social Secretary: Michael Phillips, tel. 07851 923554 email.
Treasurer: Chris Thomas email.
Membership Secretary: Neil Glasson email.
Young Members Co-ordinator: Lucy Cousins email.
Public Affairs Co-ordinator: Warren Wordsworth, tel. 01603 665557 email.
Press Officer: Jenny Bach email.
Pub Campaigns Co-ordinator: Ian Stamp, tel. 07770 978296 email.
Pub Protection Officer: Richard Dixon email.
Clubs Co-ordinator: Des O'Brienemail.
Brewery Liaison Co-ordinator: Oliva Fernandez email.
Cider and Perry Co-ordinator: Alan Edwards, tel. 07810 300 535 email.
Newsletter Editor: Graham Freeman, email.
Newsletter Distribution Co-ordinator: Adam Gannaway, email.
Norwich Beer Festival Organiser: Craig Harmer email.
Norfolk Tasting Panel Co-ordinator: Alan Edwards, tel. 07810 300 535 email.
Webmaster: Adrian Hennessy email.
Brewery Liaison Officers a list can be downloaded from here.
Norwich & Norfolk Branch Meetings
See the Branch Events Calendar, for the dates and venues of meetings.
Branch business meetings are held on an irregular basis throughout the year at various locations.
The branch AGM is combined with one of the branch meetings (usually around March/April and in Norwich), and the January or February meeting also includes voting on selections for the following year's CAMRA Good Beer Guide (for people who cannot vote online).
A free coach from Norwich is provided to most meetings outside the city.
Committee meetings are held on the first Tuesday of most months.
Updated Jun. 7th 2018
© Norwich and Norfolk Branch of the Campaign for Real Ale.