If you have an interest in visiting pubs with characterful historic interiors the following are some of the ways you can get more involved helping to preserve them:-
1) Make more visits to pubs. On this website details can be found in our online pub guides. More visits help to make these pubs more viable so also please tell other people who may have an interest in genuine historic pubs to visit them.
2) Keep up to date with what's happening to save these pubs with the CAMRA Pub Heritage monthly email. If you want to receive it send a request to email@example.com or visit News where the monthly updates are also published.
3) Help us to identify more candidates. If you spot a pub with a historic interior here are the criteria email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We particularly need help in the following areas Midlands, North West England, South East England, South West England, Wales.
4) Help us to save more pubs from damaging changes to their interiors by:
a) letting us know ASAP if you hear of proposed changes or spot an application for change to a Real Heritage Pub - please send to email@example.com
b) Writing a letter to the council opposing the proposed changes as the more letters sent the greater the chance of stopping the changes. CAMRA's Pub Heritage Group may be able to help with facts and suitable wording, if required.
c) Offering your time as we need to write to council conservation officers and chief planning officers asking for their support. If you could help prepare letters, obtain details for a mail merge etc. please let us know.
5) Help to keep the Heritage Pubs website up to date by please reporting back any changes you are aware of when visiting these pubs - these can be changes of licensee/owners; opening hours and other facilities; and any change in the pub fittings/layout since a previous visit.
6) If you want to be even more active then email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for details of the group's activities and howyou could get involved, and to offer your help.
7) If you are interested in London pub research and preservation then please see the London Pubs Group website.