Enjoy a traditional Christmas here at the Fleece Inn.
Pub open all day, food 12-7pm (sorry, no reservations after 4pm)
with Father Christmas (5pm), Bretforton Silver Band (after 4.30pm Crib Service) and Mummers Play around 8.30pm in the pub.
Pub open 12noon –2pm, drinks only
Bretforton Silver Band perform in the village Cross from 10.30am
Pub open all day, food 12-7pm (sorry, no reservations, restricted menu)
Pebworth Morris & Shakespeare Mummers at lunchtime
New Year’s Eve
Pub open all day till late, food 12 – 7.30
(hot supper at 10pm included in NYE tickets)
New Year’s Day
Pub open all day, food 12 – 7pm
On Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday evenings between 2nd & 18th December, enjoy a magical dining experience with a festive twist as we ditch the electric lighting for candle light.
The roaring open fires and twinkling decorations add to the atmosphere, the perfect accompaniment to our festive menu, real ales and fine wines.
Always popular – Call 01386 831173 or book online.
Bring your party to our party on 6th & 14th Dec – Book into the Barn for our Christmas Street Food Party
Fri 6th Dec and Sat 14th Dec, £25 pp for a three course buffet & after dinner DJ
The Fleece Medieval thatched barn provides a unique dining area for group bookings of 12 people or more. Please contact our events team for more information: 01386 831173 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday 31st Dec, from 7:30pm
Tickets on sale later in the year.
Join the Fleece Inn this New Years Eve for our fancy dress and Ceilidh celebrations. Fleece favourites the Blue Socks Ceilidh Band will provide entertainment for the evening. Ticket prices include entrance to the Ceilidh and a hot supper. The ceilidh starts at 8pm, supper at 10pm.
Children and families are very welcome. This years fancy dress theme will be confirmed soon!
Saturday 11th Jan, from 6pm
Christmas is over and January sees the return of the Fleece Inn annual Wassail. From dusk the apple orchard becomes alive with cider, singing and Morris men. Join us for this pagan tradition of waking the trees to encourage a good harvest in preparation for next years cider, fun for all the family and a brilliant way to dispel those winter blues!