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Bury St Edmunds and Ixworth pubs named best in West Suffolk 2024 by CAMRA





The West Suffolk branch of CAMRA has presented Pub of the Year awards to four local pubs.

The annual awards, presented across the country by the Campaign for Real Ale, recognise the best of the best pubs and clubs in the country.

This years winners in West Suffolk are:

The Dove, Bury St Edmunds: Picture CAMRA
The Dove, Bury St Edmunds: Picture CAMRA

▶ Town and Overall Pub of the Year - The Dove, Bury St Edmunds

▶ Rural Pub of the Year - The Greyhound, Ixworth

▶ Cider Pub of the Year - Oakes Barn, Bury St Edmunds

Oakes Barn, Bury St Edmunds: Picture CAMRA-
Oakes Barn, Bury St Edmunds: Picture CAMRA-

▶Club of the Year - Constitutional Club, Bury St Edmunds

Presenting the awards, Martin Bate, vice-chairman said: “Once again we are delighted by the quality and range of pubs and clubs across our area.

“Each year we have to make the difficult decision to select winners from these, with valued input from our branch members, who have singled out these hostelries as outstanding supporters of their local communities.

“Congratulations to all the winners.”

The Constitutional Club, Bury St Edmunds: Picture CAMRA
The Constitutional Club, Bury St Edmunds: Picture CAMRA

CAMRA earlier this year handed its Chairman’s Choice Award to the The Rose and Crown, in Whiting Street, Bury St Edmunds.

The focus of the branch will now shift to delivery of the 32nd East Anglian Beer & Cider Festival at St Edmundsbury Cathedral in August.