Welcome to CAMRA Arun & Adur

Our branch covers the area between the rivers Arun (in the west) and Adur (in the east) and the A272 (in the north), with the sea being the southern boundary (see this map). This means that Arundel, Lancing, Littlehampton, Petworth, Pulborough, Steyning, Storrington, Worthing and the many villages, all form part of the branch. There are nearly 200 pubs and bars in our branch area and over 155 serve real ale, and there are over 800 branch members.

22nd Worthing Beer Festival

We now have the logo for the beer festival, expect to start seeing this on all the advertising material. Thanks to Lee Argent for getting it made for us.

The venue for 2018 is The Assembly Hall, the same as last year. And the dates are 26 and 27 October.

Micropub News

The presentation to The Green Man Ale and Cider House for Pub of the Year and Cider Pub of the Year will be on 21 April at 19:30

The Dog and Duck, the new micropub in Bognor has received planning permission and construction is under way. Opening date to be confirmed in next few days.

The Hornet Alehouse in Chichester will open on April 18 at 12 noon. The regular opening hours are Tuesday to Saturday 12 noon - 9.30 pm, Sunday 5 pm to 9.30 pm, Closed on Mondays.

Plans for the Southwick Beer Engine in Southwick Square may fall through if an agreement on opening hours with the planning commitee cannot be reached.

Branch Pub (and Cider Pub) Of The Year

Our Pub Of The Year and Cider Pub Of The Year for 2018 is the Green Man Ale & Cider House 17 South Street, Tarring, BN14 7PA. Just a minute's walk from West Worthing station there are usually at least four ales available on any given day and almost always a dark ale. There is also plenty of choice from a range of six or more real ciders. Congratulations to Les for winning these awards.

Older news items can be found here

Come to one of our meetings or socials and see how you can help promote real ale. All members are welcome. You can also look at our Facebook Page where you will find lots of pub and real ale information from the local area. Note that you don't need to be a CAMRA member or have a Facebook account to be able to view what is on Facebook.