Survey Trips - please book a place for the minibus, leaves at 7.15pm sharp!

Paul Redfern mob 07960412939. or email (

Ale trips/day out  email Andy Day (

Rotherham CAMRA have regular events, all are welcome to attend.

{Contact Rotherham CAMRA? - see details at the bottom of this page}



17th July Rotherham Camra   AGM, followed by the branch meeting then the Beer festival meeting - at the Hind 7.30 for 8.00pm



Fri 19th NOTE : tasting at Chantry Brewery has been postponed to a later date



27th July Bus ale to Hope Valley, details to follow


Aug 2nd Pub survey trip - Most likey the walk round Town survey TBC


Note : 28 to the 30th November ROTHERHAM CAMRA BEER FESTIVAL AT THE TRADES CLUB , see this web site for more details 




Note: Summer Pub of The Season Award nominated pubs:


Beehive, Harthill

Hind, Whiston

Plough, Wingfield

Sitwell Arms, Whiston


Scores please to be in before the July AGM (17th)



Awards 2019 (* formal presentations of these to take place )


Overall Pub of the Year:                     Wath Tap *

Town Pub of the Year:                        New York Tavern *

Rural Pub of the Year:                        George & Dragon, Wentworth *

Club of the Year:                                Wickersley Old Village Cricket Club *

Most Improved:                                  Church House, Wath *

Runners Up:                         

Overall Pub of the Year:                      George & Dragon, Wentworth

Town Pub:                                           Bluecoat  *

Rural Pub:                                           Horseshoe, Harley

Club:                                                   Phoenix Sports & Social Club *

Most Improved:                                   Little Mester, North Anston



Contact Rotherham CAMRA: -


Chairman /gen. enquires -


Pub matters –

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NOTE: The Royal Oak at Ulley was withdrawn from the nominations for Autumn 2017 Pub of the Season.

The pub belongs to Samuel Smiths who have a company policy of refusing to serve motorcyclists, confirmed by the management at the Royal Oak.

The CAMRA regional director confirms that pubs with a “dress code” cannot be entered for CAMRA awards.