There's a particularly warm welcome at the Wheatsheaf - Ewell's only traditional village pub.  Regularly serving four cask marque approved ales and a wide selection of draught and bottled premium lagers and ciders, our bar with ornate glasswork and original fireplaces provides relaxed surroundings for old and new visitors alike.  Our specially selected wines and spirits are all reasonably priced. The Wheatsheaf is dog and children friendly (now with a children's play area) and is ideally positioned for both the Hogsmill river and London loop walks.  We are within a stone's throw of Bourne Hall and the heart of Ewell village and a quarter of a mile from the beautiful Nonsuch Park. We are proud to be associated with the Ewell St. Mary's Morris Men and the Rusty Rovers who perform at the pub throughout the year. To keep up to date with forthcoming events, special offers and current ales like our facebook page, follow us on twitter and sign up to receive our 'Wheaty Weekly' email on the 'About us' page.

If you love great beer, you'll love the Wheatsheaf. Our ales are so fresh we were awarded top marks in our cask marque inspection.  

Darren, Kim and the team look forward to welcoming you to our local community pub in the very near future.

Electric Evenings at the Wheatsheaf       Wednesday 16th May @ 6pm

Join us for a midweek music evening with local covers band, Broken Switch and DJ Em. Emily Wright is a student studying Music Production and Performance at NESCOT. Part of her course syllabus requires Emily to arrange an event and present a live performance. Please come and support Emily and Broken Switch. Entry is free.

Ewell St .Mary's Morris Men at the Wheatsheaf       Thursday 17th May @ 8pm

Who doesn't enjoy a night of songs, music and dance?  Ewell's (and quite possibly England's) number 1 Morris side return to their spiritual home to celebrate the start of their summer season.  They will be joined by the Pilgrim Morris Men of Guildford.  Come and join us for a great evening.  Entry is free. 

Charity Football Match in aid of Prostate Cancer   EEOBFC v The Wheatsheaf FC   #PLAYING4PROSTATE

Epsom & Ewell Old Boys FC and The Wheatsheaf FC have united together to help raise awareness and money for Prostate Cancer UK. This event will be a charity football match to be played at the home of Sutton United FC at Gander Green Lane. The match will take play on Sunday 27th May 2018 KO 11:00am. Gates will be open from 10:00am and we are encouraging as many supporters, friends, family and anyone connected with the clubs to come down and help support this event. We are doing this to help raise awareness of prostate cancer as within one full 90 minute football match, two men can die from this disease. Its important to us all that we help encourage men to check and be aware.  Please help us and donate where you can as we want to raise as much money so together we can be victorious against prostate cancer. Thanks for your support.

The Wheatsheaf are proud winners of the Epsom and Ewell Business Awards Best Business Commitment to the Community 2017

The home of live music 

Whether it's acoustic sets, Irish sing-a-longs, up and comers, singer songwriters or classic rock bands, the Wheatsheaf has a range of live music events to keep you entertained.  

See our What's On page for more information.

Sky and BT Sports 

There's no better place to watch the Premier League or Championship football, Rugby Union, Formula 1 or cricket than the Wheatsheaf.  

We've got 2 big screens in the pub (and now a big screen in the garden) showing both Sky Sports and BT Sport.  We can split the screens to show 2 simultaneous sporting events.  We've even got a dart board so you can practice your arrow throwing whilst watching for the big match to start.