Welcome to the website of the Gwent Branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA). Find out what the Branch is up to, and join us at meetings, at festivals and socially. Don't forget to check on the Events page for updates. For details of CAMRA's aims or any other information on the Campaign, visit CAMRA.

Croeso i wefan Cangen Gwent yr Ymgyrch dros Gwrw Go Iawn (CAMRA).  Cewch wybod beth mae eich cangen yn gwneud , ac yn ymuno â ni mewn cyfarfodydd, mewn gwyliau ac yn gymdeithasol. Peidiwch  anghofio gwylio eich tudalen Digwyddiadau ar gyfer y newyddion diweddaraf.  I gael manylion am nodau CAMRA neu unrhyw wybodaeth arall ar yr Ymgyrch, ewch i wefan CAMRA.

If you are involved in any of CAMRA's activities as a volunteer, be sure to read the Volunteer Charter. Other helpful documents can also be found in the Policy section of the National Website

CAMRA launched a petition calling on the Government to stick to its promise of reforming the giant pub companies. Please click on the link below to add your name to it:

                                                 Fair Deal for Your Local

whatpub The official CAMRA pubs website, "WhatPub" is now available to members the public. Click on the adjacent Logo, or select "What Pub" from the Real Ale Guide sub-menu. Camra members can log in using your Camra Id and Password. The contents of What Pub are uploaded from our local data, for which Gwent uses Pubzilla. Members can log in to this site, and update any pub details known to be out of date. Alternatively e-mail such information to Webmaster
logo Gwent Branch membership is now approaching 600. Hopefully we'll see you at some of our forthcoming events

For local events and information, visit us on Facebook.

Gwent Club and Pubs of the Year 2014
The Sebastopol Social Club has once again been voted the Gwent and Welsh Regional Club of The Year (2014).   

Country Pub of The Year 2014
Town Pub of The Year 2014
Coach&Horses, Chepstow
2014 Town Pub of the Year presented to Landlord Ian Meyrick ianmeyrick