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Barrel Organ Aug - Oct 2018 Posted by Ian Turner 19/09/2018
04:49
Barrel Organ Aug - Oct 2018The autumn edition of Barrel Organ is now available in a pub near you or conveniently downloadable - ideal if you find yourself out of the area for a while! 20 pages of full colour news, views and in...

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Cabinet Reshuffle Posted by Ian Turner 24/07/2018
16:02
For those of you paying attention, our Annual General Meeting was held on 14 July where we agreed a few minor changes to the branch committee:

Taking the helm from Derek Blackshaw, who has held the position for some 4 years, is Ian Turner. Ian has been a branch member for around 22 yearsand has previously held committee posts including that of Chairman.

Derek Blackshaw takes up the vice-chair but continues to provide support to both NBSS and Barrel Organ.

Pete Ma...

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Barrel Organ May - July 2018 Posted by Ian Turner 31/05/2018
13:30
Barrel Organ May - July 2018The spring/summer edition of Barrel Organ is now available in a pub near you or conveniently downloadable - ideal if you find yourself out of the area for a while! 20 pages of full colour news, vie...

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All change at the top Posted by Derek Blackshaw 31/05/2018
09:56

With Jackie Parker now national CAMRA Chair Tim Page the current chief executive of CAMRA is moving on and returning to the charity sector.  As yet there is no news of how his successor will be recruited. 

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SALISBURY IS OPEN Posted by Derek Blackshaw 12/05/2018
05:02
Our recent Special City Saunter was a great success getting out the message that Salisbury is open, safe and welcoming & raising the profile of branch. It was had national coverage from the BBC tv as well as the headline item on South Today. Well done to all who took part. Let's keep the momentum & use Barrel Organ to spread the message. There are plenty of spare copies for you to distribute as go to Festivals or on ho...

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May 2018 Posted by Derek Blackshaw 12/05/2018
04:48
All the early summer news from the Organ Grinders as they deliver Barrel Organ to the pubs in our area, and beyond.

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2018 Provisional Crawls & Outings Posted by Derek Blackshaw 21/03/2018
15:11
Please note :There are a couple of changes to the programme due to closed premises & venues for meetings beeing arranged etc (correct as at 17/06/18) & posted on behalf of Mike Gurd)

Minibus
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Barrel Organ Jan - Mar 2018 Posted by Ian Turner 03/03/2018
05:56
Barrel Organ Jan - Mar 2018The winter/spring edition of Barrel Organ is now available in a pub near you or conveniently downloadable - ideal if you find yourself out of the area for a while! 20 pages of full colour news, views...

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BRANCH PUB OF THE YEAR 2018 Posted by Derek Blackshaw 20/02/2018
09:17
The CAMRA Salisbury and South Wilts Branch Pub Of The Year presentation to the Victoria and Albert at Netherhampton took place on Tuesday 13 March.  Photos to follow

Branch Town Pub of The Year Presentation will be to the Rai d'Or at 5:30pm on March 29.

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Pub of The Year 2018 & GBG 2019 Posted by Derek Blackshaw 19/02/2018
05:16
The Branch 2018 pubs of the year have been chosen and the pubs selected to go forward for the next edition of the Good Beer Guide are currently being surveyed. Very many thanks to all those members who contributed to the decision-making by casting their vote and to those who are currently surveying. Watch this space for announcements concerning presentation of Pub Of The Year and Town Pub of the Year.

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Welcome back Posted by Derek Blackshaw 09/01/2018
09:26
GOOD NEWS WITH PUB REOPENINGS

In Salisbury Deacons on Fisherton Street, the Anchor and Hope in Winchester Street, the Horse and Groom on Wilton Road and the Cloisters on Catherine Street have all reopened following closure and refurbishment.

In Whiteparish a greatly refurbished King’s Head has reopened following a very long period of closure.

In Codford The George has reopened after 5 ½ years of cl...

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Barrel Organ Winter 2017 Posted by Ian Turner 18/11/2017
09:21
Barrel Organ Winter 2017The winter edition of Barrel Organ is now available in a pub near you or conveniently downloadable - ideal if you find yourself out of the area for a while! 20 pages of full colour news, views and informat...

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Country Pub of the Year 2017 Posted by Ian Turner 17/04/2017
06:31
It is with great pleasure, we announce the winner of our country pub of the year 2017 is the Duck Inn at Laverstock. On Friday 31 March we concluded a very pleasant tour of the Woodford Valley and High Post with a visit to the Duck to present the award.
Derek B presents a certificate to Landlady, Becki Clifton<...

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Barrel Organ Spring 2017 Posted by Ian Turner 03/04/2017
09:51
Barrel Organ Spring 2017The spring edition of Barrel Organ is now available in a pub near you or conveniently downloadable - ideal if you find yourself out of the area for a while! 20 pages of full colour news, views and informat...

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King's Head, Whiteparish Posted by Ian Turner 23/01/2017
07:13
Help save the King’s Head Whiteparish

The King's Head in Whiteparish is up for sale shortly.  The owner has kept it shut for sometime now but there remains a possibility of it being purchased under a community ownership scheme and returned to its proper function as a local pub.  Can you help?  Would you be interested in being part of that group?  Do you just want to show support?  If so  come along to a...

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