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In 2006 members of the Campaign for Real Ale in the Tendring Peninsula voted to form their own branch. This meant that the area of North East Essex bounded roughly by the area East of the line from Brightlingsea to Manningtree - extending out to Clacton and Harwich would be a new branch of CAMRA separate from the Colchester & North East Essex Branch.

This seemingly unimportant event was, in fact, important to Tendring CAMRA members since they could now campaign more effectively at a local level - one of the guiding principles of our organisation.

So - if you think that Real Ale and Pubs are an important part of British life and in need of promotion, protection and celebration you might find this site right up your alley. Even if you find yourself annoyed, bored or even (heaven forbid) in disagreement with us we hope you'll find snippets or things here to amuse, provoke or otherwise pass the time.

This site is very much a work in progress so please keep checking back!

Harwich Sausage Festival

Harwich Sausage Festival!

We're doing it all again in November at the 4th Harwich Sausage Festival - real ale pubs, delicious local sausages and grown men (and women) chucking pork as far as they can. Join us for an afternoon of fun, beer and bangers!

Harwich Pub Trail

Historic Harwich Pub Trail

Tendring CAMRA are pleased to have helped the Harwich Society launch a pub trail.

Click on the image on the left to visit the trail's website and find out more about Harwich pubs, both ancient and modern (or perhaps that should be "ancient and ancient-and-still-open").