Assets of Community Value

If you love your local pub and want to protect it from demolition or change of use, make sure to list it with your local Council as an Asset of Community Value (ACV). You can nominate as a CAMRA Branch, as an informal group of 21 local people or as a Parish Council.

Please note that our Branch area is covered by both Cheltenham (CBC) and Tewkesbury (TBC) Borough Councils.

We are working with local community groups to facilitate listing Cheltenham Pubs as Assets of Community Value. Below lists out the current status in the branch. Unless otherwise stated, the listing has been instigated by Cheltenham CAMRA. If you wish engage us to help list your local please email our pubs officer at pubs@cheltenhamcamra.org.uk

Any updates to this list will be annotated with a  (*)  and described at the bottom of the page.

Pub Status
The Adam and Eve, Townsend Street Approved 24 March 2016
The Beaufort Arms, London Road Approved 24 March 2016 (1) (3) (7)
The Bell, Shurdington ACV submitted to TBC
The Cheese Rollers, Shurdington ACV submitted to TBC
The Maple Leaf, Hewlett Road (2) (6) Approved 24 March 2016
The Kemble, Fairview Street Approved 27 July 2015 
The Kings Arms, Gloucester Road Approved 27 July 2015 
The National Hunt, Benhall Avenue Approved 24 March 2016
The Old Restoration, High Street Approved 24 March 2016 (4)
The Royal Union, Hatherley Street Approved 24 March 2016
The Plough, Prestbury Approved 24 March 2016
The Ryeworth, Charlton Kings Removed June 2016 (5)
The Russell Arms, Hales Road ACV submitted to CBC
St Pauls Tavern, St Pauls Road Approved 14 April 2016
The Shutters, Gotherington ACV submitted to TBC
The Somerset Arms, Moorend Street Approved 24 March 2016
The Swallow, Bishops Cleeve ACV submitted to TBC
The Umbrella, Orchard Way Approved 24 March 2016
The Wheatsheaf, Old Bath Road Approved 24 March 2016

(1) Update (April 16). Owners Wadworths have issued an “Intention to Dispose” notice on The Beaufort Arms.
(2)  Pub listing by Fairview Community Association (FCA).
(3) Update (July 16) . The pub has been bought and is now trading again.
(4) Update (July 16) . The owners have issued an “Intention to Dispose” notice on The Old Restoration
(5) Update (July 16) . The ACV listing was removed after no community group expressed an interest in purchasing it within 6 months of the ITD notice.
(6) Update (December 16) . The FCA did not object to the planning proposal which will see the building converted to a retail space (for community usage) and 7 flats.
(7) Update (February 2017) . The ‘freehold’ of the pub has been re-advertised for sale.