A family-run Oxfordshire pub has won its second prestigious award in just a handful of months.
CAMRA is also known as the Campaign for Real Ale and its goal is to ensure there are thriving pubs in every community.
The awards run national and there are a number of different categories such as Pub of the Year, the Pub Design Award and the Pub Saving Award.
Cross Keys is run by Dave and Emma Howse.
The pair have been managing the pub for only 10 months.
Dave said: “It is great to win.
Cross Keys is situated in a 17th century Grade II listed building and still has original features such as exposed low beams and large fireplaces.
The pub is owned by Oak Taverns who manage a number of establishments in the South Oxfordshire branch of CAMRA area.