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Pulling Together Leader Board

 

This page lists opening dates for many pubs, but the situation changes hourly so many establishments will be open that are not mentioned here.. So if your favourite pub isn't listed check their status on their Website, Facebook and Twitter pages.  

Also be aware that pubs and clubs are operating under strict rules.  You may be required to leave contact deails. You probably won't be allowed to go to the bar to order or return empties. Booking may be required even for drinks. The "Read More" link will usually have more information but again please check.

If you find any errors please tell us about it using the "Pub News" drop-down on the  Contact Form or by e-mailing whatpub (at) thcamra.org.uk

For details for the whole of Greater Manchester see https://greatermanchester.camra.org.uk/pulling-together/#pubs

Clicking on the Name will take you to the establishment's entry on "Whatpub".

CAMRA has launched the "Brew2You" APP for Apple and Google Android devices 

https://brew2you.co.uk/

Brew2You was created by CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) to support pubs and breweries during a time where trade is low and to help reduce wastage of beer.

The APP is a one stop shop allowing you to search, order and pay for ale in one place

Our aim is to bring people and great beer from great local businesses together.

Pulling Together Facebook Post 1

As the Pubs, Clubs and Restaurants re-open we are adding them to the list of establishements offerring additional services below:- 

Pulling Together - Pub and Club Status

The Greater Manchester CAMRA page which lists all outlets in the Region is here:-

https://greatermanchester.camra.org.uk/pulling-together/ 

 

Join the online community!

Nothing can replace the local pub, but at CAMRA we are striving to bring people together to combat loneliness and isolation imposed by these times. Why not join the online community?

You can find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/groups/pullingtogetherforpubspintsandpeople/

Pulling Together Facebook Link 1

A neighbourhood plan is being prepared for the Flixton area https://www.trafford.gov.uk/planning/strategic-planning/Development-Plan/neighbourhood-planning.aspx This link enables access to information on the boundary of the designated and the rationale for the plan.

A neighbourhood plan is prepared by local people to influence future planning decisions. Once approved, it is taken account by the local planning authority when making decisions on planning applications. The key issue to be addressed in this plan will be the allocation of land for housing development and its impact on the greenbelt. However, a key concern for CAMRA will be any policies that support or detract from the provision of local facilities, including pubs. Certainly any proposals to see pubs and/or pub car parks allocated for housing redevelopment need to be strongly resisted.

Altrincham already has an approved neighbourhood plan for Altrincham town centre. This sets out a future vision for the area, as well as including policies that support the provision of local facilities, including public houses. Tim Field, Trafford & Hulme’s pub protection officer was able to join the forum set up to prepare this plan but will be unable to play a similar role in preparing the Flixton plan as membership is restricted to local residents and/or those working in the designated area (which includes Trafford General Hospital).

If any Trafford & Hulme CAMRA Branch members living or working in the area would be willing to become a representative on the Flixton neighbourhood Forum, Tim would be willing to provide advice and support for you in that role. Please let me know as soon as possible as to whether you would be interested in joining the forum and we can approach its convenor, Paul Ashworth.

Regards

George Elmslie – Branch Chair

enquiries (at) thcamra.org.uk

bqas2019 20Trafford & Hulme branch is one of several CAMRA branches participating a a trial of a Beer Quality Accreditation Scheme. Recognizing pubs consistently selling well-kept real ales is an important aspect of CAMRA’s campaigning to improve beer quality at the point of dispense and this new accreditation scheme is a means of recognizing quality. Pubs that gain accreditation can publicise the fact, including the display of the attached window sticker. The award is made based on scores entered into the National Beer Scoring Scheme by CAMRA members. CAMRA members are encouraged to score all real ale, cider and perry that they drink. For more information on this see the Beer Scoring page. 

The following pubs and clubs within the branch have currentlt achieved the requied standard and been awarded this accreditation. The scores will be reviewed on an regular basis, and additional pubs who attain the required standard will be added to the list.

 

  

 

 

 

 

Assembly (Urmston) 
Barking Dog (Urmston)
Beech Inn (Chorlton-Cum-Hardy)
Beer House (Chorlton-Cum-Hardy)
Carters Arms (Sale)
Cheshire Tap (Altrincham)
Chorlton Tap (Chorlton-Cum-Hardy)
Church Inn (Flixton)
Costello's Bar (Altrincham)
Dulcimer (Chorlton-Cum-Hardy)
Elektric (Chorlton-Cum-Hardy)
Flixton Conservative Club (Urmston)
Font (Chorlton-Cum-Hardy)
Hillary Step (Whalley Range)
J P Joule (Sale)
Jack In The Box (Altrincham)
Lord Nelson (Urmston)
Old Packet House (Altrincham)
Pi (Altrincham)
Prairie Schooner Taphouse (Urmston)
Sedge Lynn (Chorlton-Cum-Hardy)
Strange Brew (Chorlton-Cum-Hardy)
Tim Bobbin (Urmston)
Unicorn (Altrincham)

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