Book Now for Christmas! 3 courses for just £20, 2 courses £16.50
Free bottle of Prosecco for barn parties of 10 or more (if booked before 15th Nov)
On Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday evenings, 4th – 20th December, enjoy a magical dining experience with a festive twist as we ditch the electric lighting for candle light only.
The roaring open fires and twinkling decorations add to the atmosphere, the perfect accompaniment to our festive menu, real ales and fine wines.
3 courses for just £20 – download the menu here. Always popular – Call 01386 831173 to book.
Sun 10th Dec, 8pm, £15
On tour with a Christmas-themed show that mixes traditional folk music, seasonal material, added to their usual touch of classical and jazz, with a bit of pop and music hall, all topped off with lashings of wry humour.
See the gig page for more info
Enjoy a traditional Christmas here at the Fleece Inn.
On Christmas Eve from 5pm (pub open all day) with Father Christmas, Traditional Mumming and Bretforton Silver Band
Christmas Morning from 10.30am (pub open 12noon – 2pm) Bretforton Silver Band perform in the village Cross
Boxing Day, Pebworth Morris and Shakespeare Mummers from 12.30 – 2pm approx (pub open all day).
We wish you all a very Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
Sunday 31st Dec, from 7:30pm
Tickets £12.50 (Family ticket £37.50)
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 has an F theme – fantastical, fabulous fairytales, fickle foxes, fabricated fishes, fancy farmers – anything goes as long as it starts with an F – let your imagination go far!
Saturday 13th 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!