Pubs & Club of the Year 2020
Pub of the Year 2020
Queens Arms in Brixham has been voted Pub of the Year 2020 by South Devon Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) members. Queens Arms landlord Chris Simmonds accepted the award recently from South Devon CAMRA branch chairman Bob Southwell in a suitably masked and distanced ceremony. This is the third time the pub has won under Chris’s leadership. CAMRA members voted the Queens Arms top considering quality of real ale, community focus, pub style, décor, furnishing and cleanliness as well as service, welcome, and atmosphere.
Picture: Queens Arms landlord Chris Simmonds (right) accepts the award from South Devon CAMRA chairman Bob Southwell in a suitably masked and distanced ceremony.
The Queen's Arms was also voted runner up Cider Pub of the Year and winner of Town Pub of the Year.
Country Pub of the Year
The runner up Pub of the Year is the Tally Ho at Littlehempston as well as being Country Pub of The Year
Find out more about the Tally Ho
Cider Pub of the Year
The Cider Pub of the Year is the Cider Bar in Newton Abbot
Find out more about the Olde Cider Bar
Club of the Year
The Club of the Year is Paignton Conservative and Unionist Club.
Find out more about the Paignton Conservative Club