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What's On at the Fleece Inn


The Fleece Inn is the focal point for a vibrant local community; you'll often find morris dancers, folk sessions, vintage car gatherings, CAMRA meetings and more when you visit!

Looking for a special gift? We sell gift vouchers and Fleece tankards - available online. 

See also our weekly events page for details of our weekly Pie & Pint night, folk sessions and more


Winter Warmer Dinner, Bed & Breakfast Offer

Winter Warmer Offer - 1st December to 31st March (subject to availability)

Chase those winter blues away and enjoy a night's stay at The Fleece Inn with dinner and wake up to a full English breakfast in the morning, all for £110 per night. Explore the Cotswolds then relax in front of a log fire and enjoy an evening meal with real ales and excellent wines.

The Master's Bedchamber is a cosy room that overlooks St Leonard's Church and The Cross at the heart of the village. The double room has an ensuite shower room and breakfast is served in the Pewter Room below, the room itself is in one of the oldest parts of the building.

See our B&B page for more details.


Cheltenham Festival Preview Night

Sunday 8th March, 7pm. Tickets £10 - Tickets Going Fast Book Now!

Join us for a preview evening for Cheltenham Festival, led by experts and raising money for the Tracey Sollis Trust and the Injured Jockey's Fund.

Explore the racing week ahead with Phil Smith, head of handicapping at the British Horseracing Authority, Dan Skelton, successful young trainer, Sam Twiston-Davis, stable jockey for Champion Train Paul Nicholls, Andy Smith, bookmaker and Richard Phillips, popular local trainer and raconteur.

Phil Smith

Phil Smith has been a handicapper with the British Horseracing Authority for nearly nineteen years. He has been Head of Handicapping for the last seven years. In February he set the weights for his sixteenth Grand National. He travels the country attending race meetings where he advises the stewards of the meetings on all form related issues. He was previously a teacher and now uses those skills to explain handicapping to all sections of the racing industry. He lives just outside Bretforton with his wife Catherine.


Cheltenham Festival

Tues 10th - Fri 13th March from 8.30am

Enjoy the racing on the big screen in the Barn throughout the day and re-runs in the evening. Don't forget to place your bets via our free wifi.

We'll be open for breakfast from 8.30am to fuel your day at the races.


Mother's Day 

Sunday 15th March from 12pm

Treat the one you love. Mothering Sunday at the Fleece Inn features a delicious 3 course menu and a little something special for all the Mums.

See the full menu:

Seating times; 12pm, 2.30pm or 5pm. Booking Advised - call 01386 831173.


Fleecey Folk: Jim Moray

Sunday 15th March 2015, 8pm. Tickets £12 - Book Now

Jim Moray is one of the most consistently inventive musicians working in English traditional music today. Winner of five BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, after five ground-breaking albums he now finds himself at the forefront of a new folk revival in the UK, and hailed as a pivotal influence by a new generation of folk musicians.

In 2013 he celebrated both 10 years since his landmark debut album Sweet England and the success of his 2012 career best Skulk. Now he brings material from his forthcoming album of traditional ballads out on the road for an evening of storytelling music at its best.