London Heritage Pubs

London has a large number of pubs whose interiors remain of significant historic value and The London Pubs Group was set up to both identify such pubs and ensure they are not lost to future generations

The London Pubs Group was established in the early 1990s to promote pub preservation and good pub design in London. Meetings are held regularly (six times a year) and are open to any CAMRA members who wish to attend. At present the meetings are held at the Royal Oak, Tabard Street, SE1 (near Borough underground station). Crawls are also arranged about six times a year and are open to all, whether CAMRA members or not. The crawls usually concentrate on historic pubs but occasionally new or refurbished pubs are included in order to assess the quality of the design. Details of such crawls will be found on the Regional Diary page.

For more information go to:

http://www.londonpubsgroup.camra.org.uk/