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The Pub of the Future

Season 4, Ep. 5

In this episode of the CAMRA podcast, we are looking forward ahead to the pub of the future. Tune in to hear Alison Taffs in conversation with Rachel Hendry of the Burum Collective, who want a safer, healthier and fairer working environment for people in the drinks and hospitality industry, and John Ramm chatting with David Jesudason. You will also hear from CAMRA's Chief Executive Tom Stainer, reacting to last week's Budget news!

Katie Mather's article: https://camra.org.uk/learn-discover/learn-more/learn-more-about-pubs/pub-of-the-future-pt-1/

David Jesudason's writing for Pellicle: https://www.pelliclemag.com/?author=5f68f4b849d4ab21faf3cb27

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