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Formed in 1980 as the Small Independent Brewers’ Association, to represent the interests of the emerging new wave of microbrewers. It plays a key advisory role to the government and various trade bodies.
An independent voluntary consumer organisation with over 144,000 members, whose main aims are promoting real ale, real cider and the traditional British pub. Bath Ales is a brewer of traditional ales founded in 1995 and now based in Bath. In addition to brewing, they also provide a contract bottling solution for many other small brewers, and have recently completed the job of bottling our own Best and IPA
Is a brewer of traditional ales founded in 1995 and now based in Bath. In addition to brewing, they also provide a contract bottling solution for many other small brewers, and have recently completed the job of bottling our own Best and IPA.
Cranborne is a quiet, ancient, village which gives its name to the beautiful
Cranborne Chase, a noted Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and the former hunting ground of kings.
Check out the AONB website for more things to see and do: www.ccwdcaonb.org.uk
Church Farm is a quiet campsite in Sixpenny Handley, and is one of the nearest campsites to Cranborne. Seen as the gateway to the Chase and West Wiltshire Downs, which is an “Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty”. The site is on an arable farm, surrounded by glorious countryside. They extend a friendly welcome to Caravans, Motorhomes, Tents and Trailer Tents alike.
Quality accommodation and fine dining in Cranborne, specialising in the very best local ingredients. Perfectly situated for short breaks to the Cranborne Chase.
The second organisation protecting the natural environment in Dorset, covering the beautiful Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs. www.ccwwdaonb.org.uk