CAMRA offers 'prescriptions' for perfect local pub
Feb 3, 2006 - Great Britain's Campaign For Real Ale (CAMRA) has launched a new program to help people find their perfect local. The Real Ale Pub Doctor scheme runs until Feb. 17, the day before its National Pubs Week begins.
Members of the public are invited to fill out an online form, detailing what they are looking for in a pub. Criteria includes detailing whether the pub should offer features such as traditional pub games, wheelchair access, a family room, evening meals or an outdoor drinking area.
A CAMRA representative will then reply by email, suggesting an ideal pub.
"The scheme is a fun way of helping people to find pubs to visit during National Pubs Week," said Tony Jerome of CAMRA. "This facility can help a wide range of people find that ideal pub."
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