CAMRA’S Pub Heritage Group – Heritage bundle
Heritage Pub Books bundle
Britain’s Best Real Heritage Pubs
This definitive listing is the result of 25 years’ research by CAMRA to discover pubs that are either unaltered in 70 years or have features of truly national historic importance. Comprehensively revised from the 2013 edition, the book boasts updated information and over 650 top-quality new photographs. Among the 260 pubs, there are unspoiled country locals, Victorian drinking palaces and mighty roadhouse. The book has features describing how the pub developed, what’s distinctive about pubs in different parts of the country, how people a century ago could expect to be served drinks at their table, and how they used the pub for take-out sales in the pre-supermarket era. There is a bonus listing of 75 pubs that, while not quite meeting CAMRA’s national criteria, will still thrill visitors with their historic ambiance.
Real Heritage Pubs of the Northwest
This definitive and unique new guide is the result of many years’ research by CAMRA to discover pubs that have truly historic surviving interiors in an area ranging from the Cheshire plain to the Lake District. It provides descriptions and information on over 200 pubs, amongst which there are unspoiled country locals, Victorian drinking palaces and mighty roadhouses. The book has features on how the pub developed, what’s distinctive about pubs in the North West, how people a century ago could expect to be served drinks at their table, and how they used the pub for take-out sales in the pre-supermarket era.
Lavishly illustrated with colour photographs throughout, includes county maps showing pub locations.
Sheffield’s Real Heritage Pubs
Sheffield’s pub heritage seems to have suffered more than most from the modernising carnage of the post-1960s era. Large numbers of its pubs fell into the hands of Bass and Whitbread while John Smith’s strengthened their hold before themselves being taken over by Courage. Swathes of refurbishment were inflicted on a wide scale and even the local companies that survived a little longer, like S.H.Wards, succumbed with no less vigour to the same fashions. The last thirty years have seen some reversing of this trend, as under the influence of the 1989 beer orders, most pubs are now not directly owned by the local brewery. The influence of Wetherspoon is also important; a number of Victorian buildings – banks, cinemas, and offices – have also been converted into pubs: the architecture is saved and positive use is made of the building. In addition, a more recent trend has seen some old industrial buildings becoming pubs.
Real Heritage Pubs of the Midlands
This guide will lead you to the pubs throughout the East and West Midlands that still have interiors or internal features of real historic significance. They range from rural ‘time-warp’ pubs, some with no bar counters, to ornate drinking ‘palaces’, and include some unsung interiors from the inter-war period. This is the first guide of its kind for the Midlands, and it champions the need to celebrate, understand and protect the genuine pub heritage that remains to us. Features on specific aspects of pub design and history;– such as ceramics and table-service – supplement the pub entries.
Scotland’s True Heritage Pubs
This unique guide will lead you to 115 Scottish pubs which have historic fittings of real national significance, many of which have altered little in the past half-century. Some of the featured pubs are tiny ‘time warp’ inns, others are magnificent Victorian drinking palaces and Art Deco masterpieces. There are also several quirky pubs, including one hidden away in a terrace.
Real Heritage Pubs of Wales
100 Pubs with historic interiors to visit, Admire and Enjoy
This unique guide will lead you 100 Welsh pubs with historic interiors of real national significance, including old-fashioned ‘time warp’ inns and magnificent Victorian drinking palaces.
Cant o Dafarnau Hanseyddol i’w Profi,eu hedmygu a’u Mwynhau
Bydd y llawlyfr unigryw hwn yn eich tywys i gant o dafarnau yng Nghymru sydd ag awyrgylch hanesyddol o arwyddocâd cenedlaethol- o dafandai henffasiwn lle mae amser wedi sefyll yn stond i balasau yfed ysblennydd o oes Fictoria
Yorkshire’s Real Heritage Pubs
This unique guide will lead you to the pubs in Yorkshire and Humber which still have interiors or internal features of real historic significance. Over 100 entries range from simple rural ‘time warp’ pubs to ornate Victorian drinking ‘palaces’, and include some of the more unsung pub interiors from the inter-war and later years that we take so much for granted.
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