The Fleece Inn

The Cross
Nr Evesham
WR11 7JE

01386 831173



Open All Year

Monday - Sunday
10am - 11pm

Food Service Hours:

Monday - Saturday

12pm-2.30pm & 6.30pm-9pm


12pm-4pm & 6.30pm-8.30pm


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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


Vale of Evesham Blossom Trail

Mid March - Mid May

The Vale of Evesham is home to one of the ‘Top Wonders of Spring’, the Blossom Trail. From mid March through until mid May, The Vale becomes engulfed with the beautiful blossom colours. The blossom trail, now in its 32nd year is an enchanting 45 mile route signposted by the AA taking you on a journey through some of the most delightful villages the area has to offer. 
Places to visit along the trail include our village, Bretforton. An ageless village built almost entirely in the 17th Century appealing to visitors from all over the world. The pub is open all day throughout the season, why not enjoy lunch amongst the blossoms of our very own orchard!

The Whispering Road

Sunday 26 April, 8pm. Tickets £10 (Under 18's £6.50) - BOOK NOW

A riotous roller-coaster of a story, soaring from tenderness to wild hilarity, all in a perfectly formed folk tale. 
Drawing on the rich heritage of Scandinavian myths and stories, The Whispering Road blends Nick Hennessey’s spellbinding storytelling with Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer’s experience in the Swedish folk music scene. ‘The Whispering Road” tells the story of hope in the darkness, of two strangers bound by a ring and of the one who could not love.
The first half of the show is a lively and fun mini folk gig introducing you to the music of Scandinavia with Vicki Swan on the strange Swedish nyckelharpa, Nick Hennessey on harp and vocals and Jonny Dyer on guitars, kohorn (cow horn) and accordian. The second half is the story of The Whispering Road - which has been called a ''Troll de Force''! It's fast, it's funny, it's scary - it contains magical beasts, castles, a journey to solve a mystery and lots and lots of Trolls! 
The show content is suitable for children, 8+.
In association with Shindig and Live and Local. Surprising Shows in Surprising Places.

So Sunday - Mambo Jambo

Sunday 10 May, 1-3pm. Free Entry

Book your table on 01386 831173

 Join us for the first So Sunday of the year - enjoy good Music and good food with good friends as Mambo Jambo bring their musical sunshine to the barn or orchard (weather depending). 

Acoustic roots duo, Mambo Jambo, will take you on an intriguing and joyous musical journey mixing sounds from around the world, featuring music from Cuba, Brazil, the Caribbean and Eastern Europe, as well as bluegrass, boogie,
& their own compositions. Between the two of them they carry with them more instruments than the average orchestra - Pete on guitar, vocal, banjo, percussion, tres (traditional Cuban guitar), ukulele, occasional accordion, suitcase (!) & Frankie on saxophone, clarinet, flute, guitar, vocal, percussion.


Gordon Giltrap

Sunday 10th May 7.30pm for 8pm start. Tickets £15 - BOOK NOW

Gordon Giltrap returns to The Fleece Inn again this spring. His live gigs sell out everytime and once again this April all money raised will be donated to the Tracy Sollis Leukemia Trust. Giltrap is a brilliant folk artist with a timeless sound.


Fleecey Folk: Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman

Sunday 17th May, 8pm. Tickets £12 BOOK NOW

 Two of the British folk scene’s most accomplished performers, Kathryn and Sean have graced stages the world over in a number of guises, however, the intimacy and strength of passion shown as a duo, combined with an eclectic repertoire ensures a rare treat.

With a story that includes music making with the likes of Seth Lakeman, Cara Dillon, Levellers, Kate Rusby and Show of Hands, Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman have established themselves as pillars of modern British folk.
On latest album “Hidden People” Kathryn says; “These are stories, first and foremost,” but she warns: “My home-life is so ‘roses round the cottage door’, that I tend to prefer music with an edginess, so some of the tracks on the album are quite dark and brooding, to say the least.” The messages and meanings behind these songs belong to the “hidden people”.
Thoughtful ballads to stomping acoustic rock, an impressive and entertaining set’ – The Guardian **** 4 Stars