Lost Pubs of Chapel Street
A forthcoming event has been announced by the project of that name. It is not organised by Camra, but will be of interest to pubgoers of this area.
"Join us from 2.00pm on Sunday 2nd June. Uncover the history of the Chapel Street area and en-route we will stop in pubs (well it would be rude not to!!) to sample your photos, memories and funny stories of Chapel Streets long lost pubs.
Includes FREE pie and surprise “Salford refreshment”!
We’ll be collecting your stories and sharing them on wwwlostpubs.org.
The tour is led by Suzanne Hindle, Green Badge Tour Guide, www.manchesterguidedtours.com
Booking is essential as places are limited.
To book your place visit: http://lostpubs.eventbrite.com/"
The Independents' Day Treasure Hunt The Annual North Manchester CAMRA Independents' Day Treasure Hunt will take place on Saturday 6th July 2013, starting out this year at the CASTLE HOTEL on Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LE.
If you fancy a fun day out with some good friends in pubs selling excellent beers, come and join in! Turn up at the pub from 12 noon (no later than 12.30 p.m., or you'll never complete the course).
You'll need to form a team of between two and five people. There's an entry fee of £1 per person – the money goes towards the food and prizes, which will be given at the end of the event. Teams should return to the Castle by 6.30 p.m., when quiz sheets will be marked and the winners announced. The winners will have the dubious honour of setting next year's Treasure Hunt.
Welcome to the website of Camra's North Manchester Branch. Here you will find news of our activities and meetings. All, whether Camra members or not, are welcome to join us at any of these events.
If you have any news of pubs or breweries in our Branch area that you would like to share with others, please get in touch with any of us the on the list in the 'Branch Contacts' page.
The North Manchester Branch area covers the whole of the Metropolitan City of Salford, and the northern part of the City of Manchester north and east of the former A6 route, that is Blackfriars Street, St Mary's Gate, Market Street, Piccadilly, London Road, then the River Medlock east to the Tameside boundary at Clayton Vale.
Information relating to neighbouring Branches can be found at www.camragreatermanchester.org.uk, and for our national website go to www.camra.org.uk.