2013.04.24 Bartons Arms Recognised in New CAMRA Publicationprevious post: Highly Successful Brewer Oakham Ales Continues to Expand Teamnext post: Christmas & New Year opening hours
Birmingham’s finest Victorian pub, The Bartons Arms, has been recognised by CAMRA andincluded in their new publication “Britain’s Best Real Heritage Pubs” by Author Geoff Brandwood, as one of 270 pubs in the UK with interiors of real historicsignificance. The publication is for the first time collating details on these historic pubs in one single volume with high quality photography. The guide has extensive listings and is the product of many years of research by CAMRA volunteers who are dedicated topreserving and protecting our rich pub heritage.
The book whichincludes a forward by Simon Thurley (Chief Executive, English Heritage), hasbeen written by Geoff Brandwood a well-known architectural historian who has published widely, and is co-author of English Heritage’s best-selling Licensed to sell: The History and Heritage of the Public House. Author Geoff Brandwood has been a member of CAMRA’s Pub Heritage Group for many years and regularly writes for CAMRA’s Beer magazine.