The competition, organised by PubAid and the All-Party Parliamentary Beer Group (APPBG) and sponsored by Matthew Clark, recognises pubs who go the extra mile in their support of charities and good causes.
It’s not just about raising money – though that’s part of the judging. We’re also looking for pubs who support their local community in other ways. So if you let the local PTA use your function room free of charge, put on a spread for the football team, or organise a litter pick of the local area – we’d love to hear from you.
Entering your pub is easy and free of charge. Just complete the form below, including details of your support for charity and good causes and return to us before the closing date of 30 September. We will ask your local MP to endorse your entry, so just add their name if you know it, otherwise we can do that.
This is the second year of the competition. Last year we had 69 entries and shortlisted eight finalist pubs, choosing the Logan Rock in Treen in Cornwall as the winner. The finalist pubs have together raised £1 million for charity over the last 10 years, contributing to the £100 million raised by the UK’s pubs every year. You can read about last year’s finalists here
All finalists are invited, with their MP, to a reception in London, where we present them with a certificate before announcing the overall winner.