PUB GROUP meeting to discuss how it can '˜remain relevant'
Members of a pub organisation will soon be coming together to discuss its future.
The important meeting, taking place this Saturday, will be attended by members of the Campaign for Real Ale.
CAMRA, an independent voluntary consumer organisation, promotes real ale, real cider and the traditional British pub.
The decision to hold the meeting was made following a major root and branch review of the organisation’s purpose and objectives.
This review, dubbed the ‘Revitalisation Project’, culminated in a list of recommendations being made.
Members will meet to discuss these proposed changes which outline how, in an ever-changing beer world, the 46-year-old organisation can remain relevant.
CAMRA organisers from across the region will learn more about these recommendations and will also be able to put any questions they might have directly to CAMRA’s national director, Abi Newton.
Sharon Broom, CAMRA’s regional director for Wessex, said: ‘This is a great opportunity for all interested members to find out more about the changes which have been proposed as part of the Revitalisation Project.
‘We’ll have one of the directors present to answer questions and I’d encourage any member in the local area who cares about the future of CAMRA to attend.’
Once all of the points have been presented to the group, members will have the opportunity to vote on which are adopted as part of CAMRA’s AGM in April.
The meeting takes place at 2pm this Saturday, March 3 in the Locomotive Engineers Club on Station Hill, Eastleigh.
It is open to all CAMRA members to attend.