Lamb’s Green pub in the Good Beer Guide for ten years in a row

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A traditional Lamb’s Green pub received a special award for making it into the Good Beer Guide for its tenth consecutive year on Wednesday (November 13).

The Lamb Inn, located near Rusper, was again recognised by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) for its ‘consistent’ good beer, atmosphere and community values.

Chris Durnin, 47, co-owner of the village pub, said: “It’s nice to have done it over such a long period of time, we feel proud.

“It’s nice to get noticed, we’ve had the odd thing for our food but it’s nice to have something for our beer - it shows that you don’t have to come here for a meal, you can have a nice locally brewed beer as well.”

Chris Booth, chairman for the CAMRA North Sussex branch, said: “It’s a really good asset to the branch to have [a pub] that consistently offers good beer, a good atmosphere and is a community pub.”

CAMRA is an independent voluntary consumer organisation that promotes real ale, real cider and the traditional British pub.