The Committee

The Mid-Chilterns CAMRA committee is a group of voluntary officials who meet once a month to ensure that beer, cider, perry and pubs are promoted and protected in the local area.

Committee meetings are just a small part of the branch’s social calendar, and are open to all unless explicitily stated otherwise (some meetings may be closed to committee only, for sensitive subjects such as award nominations).

Meetings are held once a month (usually every first Wednesday) to discuss ongoing campaign objectives, as well as news from local pubs and breweries. Traditionally meetings take place in one of the branch’s many pubs, followed by social drinking time with a beer or two.

The branch committee is elected at the Annual General Meeting held in May, open to all local members. Our current committee is as follows:

  • Chairman – Jared Ward-Brickett
    Branch administration, meeting organisation, national and regional representation.

  • Vice-Chairman – Richard Healey
    Support Chair in administrative duties and deputise in the absence of the chairman.

  • Treasurer – Charles Teuma
    Keeping the branch accounts in order, facilitating incoming finances and payment authorisation.

  • Branch Secetary – William Powell
    Taking official minutes of all meetings, organising agendas and ensuring compliance with CAMRA’s policies.

  • Tapler Editor – Andrew Harvell
    Collating and editing all materials printed in the branch publication. Liaising with contributors, advertisers and printers to meet deadline.

  • Press Officer – Jared Ward-Brickett
    Consulting and assisting with local and national media where relevant to convey accurate compaigning news.

  • Pubs Officer – William Powell
    Campaigning for protection of branch pubs, consultation at branch, regional and national level in collaboration with external trusts and societies.

  • Webmaster – Alex Baker
    Upkeep of the branch website and social media channels.

  • Social Secretary – Alex Baker
    Organisation of branch meetings and social events, raising awareness for local beer festivals and events at pubs, clubs, bars and breweries.

  • Beer Scores Officer – Nigel Harris
    Collating beer scores through CAMRA’s bespoke system, presenting this information to the committee for consideration in awards and other nominations.

  • Beer Information Officer – John Lomax
    Ensuring local brewery information is up to date and available at regional and national level.

  • Membership Secretary – Richard Healey
    Collating up to date membership figures for the branch, to ensure effective recruitment and campaigning.

  • Young Members Officer – Josh Carpenter
    Recruiting and encouraging young CAMRA members and associated events – the next generation of the Campaign for Real Ale!

  • Cider Officer – VACANT
    Responsible for collating and updating branch knowledge of pubs, bars and clubs serving real cider and perry.

  • LocAle Officer – Roy Humphrey
    Responsible for collating and updating branch knowledge of pubs, clubs and bars offering Locale.

  • Brewery Liaison Officer (Haresfoot) – Roy Humphrey
    Responsible for collating and updating information regarding Haresfooot Brewery, to published on regional and national levels, as well as local branch channels such as the Tapler, website and social media.

  • Brewery Liaison Officer (Mad Squirrel) – Jon Humphries
    Responsible for collating and updating information regarding Mad Squirrel Brewery, to published on regional and national levels, as well as local branch channels such as the Tapler, website and social media.

  • Brewery Liaison Officer (Summershed Brewery) – Richard Healey
    Responsible for collating and updating information regarding Summershed Brewery, to published on regional and national levels, as well as local branch channels such as the Tapler, website and social media.

  • Brewery Liaison Officer (Tring Brewery) – Jared Ward-Brickett
    Responsible for collating and updating information regarding Tring Brewery, to published on regional and national levels, as well as local branch channels such as the Tapler, website and social media.

Want to get in touch with the committee? Head over to our contact page HERE.