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CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) Heavy Woollen District Branch

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  1. Meetings held monthly on weekdays at 8pm, informal socials held monthly.
    Meet at various pubs in North Kirklees. Please see our website for dates and venues, and also local pub and club information.
    National campaign information at


Paul Dixey
01924 420029

Organisation last updated

  1. 24 March 2020

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  1. The Kirklees branch of CAMRA was formed in the seventies and their first major beer festival was held in Dewsbury Town Hall in 1975. In 1994, with increasing membership, the branch split into Huddersfield & District branch and Heavy Woollen branch.

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