Latest Pub News
Here is the latest news about pubs in the branch area. Also see Pub & Local Beer Festivals and Opening Times Magazine.
If you have any news you would like to pass on to the Huntingdonshire branch or you spot any errors or omissions, please send details to ku.gro.armac.stnuh@swen
- Sanford House, Huntingdon, CAMRA discount on Tuesdays
Wednesday 26 July 2017
If a current CAMRA membership card is shown, all members can get 50p off the price of each pint of real ale and real cider on Tuesdays at Sanford House (J D Wetherspoons) in Huntingdon. This is similar to the members' discount vouchers, but will run all day every Tuesday (with no voucher required!).
They are also running a 'Choose you own ale scheme.'. If you would like to see a particular ale on sale, they will speak to their supplier and do their best to obtain that ale. There are over 200 different breweries that they can get beers from, with more being added on a regular basis.
Thank you to Andy Sweet at Sanford House for arranging this.
- Addison Arms, Glatton, under new management
Sunday 23 July 2017
We have heard that the Addison Arms in Glatton changed hands in mid-July.
Best wishes to the new owners, Ray & Ruth Groves, and chef Paul Holland.
For more details, please see their website:
Open for drinks daily from 11 am until 11 pm
Mon to Sat: 12 pm to 3 pm and 5 pm to 9 pm
Sun: 12 pm to 3 pm
- Crown, Litlington, open under new management
Monday 17 July 2017
The Crown in Litlington reopened at Easter under new management. Three real ales are served regularly; Greene King IPA, Adnams Ghostship + one changing guest
- Three Tuns, Guilden Morden
Monday 10 July 2017
The Three Tuns Community Group (TTCG) is encouraged that South Cambs District Council is pursuing the Compulsory Purchase of The Tree in Stapleford on behalf of the community. TTCG has also been campaigning to save Guilden Morden’s only designated Asset of Community Value from property development.
Chairman of TTCG, Dennis Tear, said "We congratulate the The Tree Community Limited on achieving this important milestone. We know from our own experience how much time and effort it takes for the local community to defend its community assets from property developer owners. We too would seek to buy The Three Tuns, if given the chance."
• The Three Tuns in Guilden Morden has been closed since January 2013 - it was sold by Greene King to the current owner as a public house
• In November 2016, the owner was refused planning permission by the Planning Inspectorate for change of use of The Three Tuns into a residential dwelling
Contact number for further information 07980 200005
- Queen Adelaide, Croydon reopened!!!
Tuesday 20 June 2017
The Queen Adelaide, Croydon reopened on the 20th of June after being closed since Dec 2013.