A ROSEDALE pub is celebrating after receiving a Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) award.

The Coach House Inn, which is owned by Dave Oakey, was awarded the York branch of CAMRA’s Town and Country Pub of The Season for Autumn 2019.

Dave said: “Our team at the Coach House Inn, lead by manager James Porter, take pride in serving a wide selection of locally-brewed ales, recently increasing the number of ale pumps from three to five.

“The Coach House Inn also featured in this year’s York Beer festival ale trail, which included ales from locally-sourced breweries such as Whitby, Helmsley and Hambleton, alongside the recent addition of real ciders.”

The Coach House Inn was refurbished in September 2016 and has continuously supported various CAMRA campaigns, including the LocAle scheme, which ensures at least one locally-brewed ale is available.

The Campaign for Real Ale is an independent voluntary consumer organisation headquartered in St Albans, which promotes real ale, real cider and the traditional British pub, and currently has more than 192,000 members.