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Keighley and Craven CAMRA is the local branch of the Campaign for Real Ale in the area covering the towns of Haworth, Keighley, Skipton, Settle and Grassington, in the English counties of West Yorkshire and North Yorkshire. It includes the Worth Valley, famous for its steam railway and the Bronte sisters, and a large part of the southern Yorkshire Dales, with its spectacular limestone scenery.

All the towns and villages marked have at least one real ale outlet. There are also outlets in West Yorkshire in Eastburn, Oldfield, Newsholme, Ingrow (listed under Keighley), Utley and East Morton.
In North Yorkshire, Long Ashes is listed under Threshfield and Malsis is listed under Sutton (always debated whether it should be Sutton or Glusburn)

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