A meeting where Lancaster drinkers and pub-goers can give views on the future of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) takes place at The Borough tonight from 7pm to 9pm.
It is one of 50 consultation meetings nationwide.
CAMRA, which is one of the largest single-issue consumer groups in Europe, is gathering views from as many as possible of its over 180,000 members as part of its Revitalisation Project - a strategic review of the organisation’s purpose and structure.
Michael Dillon, chairman of the local Lunesdale branch of CAMRA, said: “We’re looking forward to welcoming a good attendance of CAMRA members from the local area and beyond. This is a wonderful opportunity to contribute towards important decisions about the future direction of the campaign.”