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MerseyAle June

Merseyale June 2017 Web Cover pdfAvailable to download, Merseyale June 201715.61 MB

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Merseyale

People should be aware that the committee of the Liverpool & Districts branch have been carrying out a review of MerseyAle.

A meeting was held and MerseyAle readers were invited to take part in a survey. The number of people partaking in the survey was good, with the percentage of members responding higher than most public surveys.

 pdfThe results of the consultation can be downloaded here79.79 KB.

As a result of the survey it has been decided that MerseyAle will revert to an A5 size magazine.
The Wirral and St Helens branches will contribute and ManxAle will continue to be part of MerseyAle. The magazine will continue to be quarterly. We hope an Autumn edition will be published by the beginning of September.
Our editor for many years, John Armstrong, did not agree with the changes and has decided to step down. The branch thanks John for all his work.
Dave MacBryde is the new editor.
We hope people, previous contributors and new, will submit articles. They can be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Distribution
Here is a message from Andre Fu, the Distribution Manager for MerseyAle
Did you know that every time an edition of Merseyale is produced, 11,000 copies are printed? It is now up to me to try and make sure that copies are spread widely, fairly and frequently to pubs and other venues within our branch area.
Whilst some copies are sent to Wirral, the Isle of Man and now St Helens, the others are distributed in a number of ways. Firstly, certain city centre pubs act as Distribution Points (DP) and undertake to make copies available to anyone who wants to take Merseyale to other pubs whilst on their travels. Current DP pubs are the Roscoe Head, Dispensary and Ship & Mitre, but others will be added. Secondly, some branch members have boxes delivered directly to their home/workplace and others collect from the printer for onward distribution. This network works pretty well in the main, but relies on only a handful of dedicated people to maintain it and sometimes it can be a struggle. We do not always get around to all the pubs as often as we like and consequently copies can go to waste, which is not what we want.
This is where YOU could be able to help by offering to drop of a few copies to pubs that we struggle to visit regularly, due to where they are they are. Some are in and around the city centre, but the vast majority are in the suburbs, particularly to the south and east.
So, if you could offer to take some copies to pubs where you know they would be appreciated, please contact me on the email address below with details. Of course, if you visit somewhere regularly where you NEVER see Merseyale, have a word with the staff first to make sure they have somewhere where Merseyale can displayed prominently and are willing to take them, then we can provide you with an initial allocation and a CAMRA branded magazine holder.
Any offer of help will be much appreciated.
Email andre,This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Consultation

People should be aware that the committee of the Liverpool & Districts branch have been carrying out a review of MerseyAle.

A meeting was held and MerseyAle readers were invited to take part in a survey. The number of people partaking in the survey was good, with the percentage of members responding higher than most public surveys.

 pdfThe results of the consultation can be downloaded here79.79 KB.

As a result of the survey it has been decided that MerseyAle will revert to an A5 size magazine.
The Wirral and St Helens branches will contribute and ManxAle will continue to be part of MerseyAle. The magazine will continue to be quarterly. We hope an Autumn edition will be published by the beginning of September.
Our editor for many years, John Armstrong, did not agree with the changes and has decided to step down. The branch thanks John for all his work.
Dave MacBryde is the new editor.
We hope people, previous contributors and new, will submit articles. They can be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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MerseyAle

A Message from Liverpool and Districts CAMRA Committee.

"MerseyAle is, and will remain one of the main campaigning tools of Liverpool and Districts CAMRA. The committee is currently undertaking a review. We are committed to MerseyAle's future and plan to consult widely.

Signed

Sonia James-Henry (Branch Chair)

Carol Cherpeau

Mike Chandler 

Sue Daniels 

Steve Downing 

Geoff Edwards

Andre Fu

Mel James-Henry 

Howard Perry 

Tony Morgan

Ian Rayner

Tony Williams

 

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Merseyale Consultation

MerseyAle Feb 2016 WEB cover 1The branch committee have decided to hold a review of MerseyAle. Please find time to complete this survey.
https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/Liv1
This survey is for everybody to complete, so feel free to pass the link on to others who read MerseyAle.

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MerseyAle Review

As part of the review of MerseyAle an online consultation has been set up. 

The review will look at content, costs, and style of the publication, and how it links to other aspects of campaigning and communication undertaken by the branch and its members.

The Survey will close 27th June.
Results will be published beginning of July.

Consultation is open to everyone. 

The link is https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/Liv1

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MerseyAle

A Message from Liverpool and Districts CAMRA Committee.

"MerseyAle is, and will remain one of the main campaigning tools of Liverpool and Districts CAMRA. The committee is currently undertaking a review. We are committed to MerseyAle's future and plan to consult widely.

Signed

Sonia James-Henry (Branch Chair)

Carol Cherpeau

Mike Chandler 

Sue Daniels 

Steve Downing 

Geoff Edwards

Andre Fu

Mel James-Henry 

Howard Perry 

Tony Morgan

Ian Rayner

Tony Williams

 

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