All-Party Parliamentary Save the Pub Group

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The All-Party Parliamentary Save the Pub Group intends to bring together members from the House of Commons and the House of Lords to preserve and protect the British pub. [1] The All-Party Parliamentary Group Register states the group's aim as 'to promote and campaign for the interests of pubs, landlords, and the communities around these pubs'.[2]


Officers, November 2015-April 2016


Greg Mulholland, Chair | Brian Binley Joint Vice Chair | Karen Bradley, Joint Vice Chair | Lord Bilston, Dennis Turner, Joint Vice Chair | Other Members: Sir Peter Bottomley | Tim Farron | Simon Kirby | Paul Maynard | Martin Horwood | Roger Williams | Jackie Doyle-Price | Andrew Griffiths | Jonathan Reynolds | Julie Hilling | Alison Seabeck | Ian Davidson | John Mann | Mike Gapes | Jim Dowd. [1]


The group receives support from CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale, a not-for-profit organisation who acts as the group’s secretariat.[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 House of Commons, Register of All-Party Groups 8th September 2011, accessed 12 October 2011
  2. Pub All-Party Parliamentary Save the Pub Group,, accessed 26 November 2015
  3. Save the Pub APPG,, accessed 18 November 2015
  4. Pub APPG Register Feb 16,, accessed 17 February 2016
  5. Save the Pub APPG, Register 28 April 2016,, accessed 11 May 2016