Camra appoints new chief executive

29 September, 2014

Camra has appointed Tim Page as its new chief executive after Mike Benner left the post to head up Siba.

Page was previously chief executive at the East Anglian Air Ambulance charity and national director at homeless charity Emmaus UK.

He said: “Camra has an outstanding reputation which appears to me to be the result of its large membership, its huge number of hard-working and committed volunteers and its highly-competent and professional team of employees.

“My aim is to continue to develop CAMRA as both the universally-recognised representative and the most-authoritative voice of real ale drinkers and pub-goers in the UK.” 

Page, a former army commander, will begin his new job in November. 




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