The Wheatsheaf is proud to sponsor our pub football team.  The team was created in the Summer of 2016 and in their debut season, the lads won the Chessington and District League Division 2 title, The Surrey Oak Cup Final and The Surrey Junior Cup.


Each year the Wheatsheaf adopts a local worthy cause to become our nominated Charity of the Year.  This year we left it up to our patrons to vote and we are dleighted to announce that the winners are the Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals Charity.  

The charity makes a vital contribution to the work carried out at both hospitals, which are the UK's largest specialist heart and lung centres, supporting projects that are ineligible for funding from the NHS.  Joe Savva nominated the charity as his Dad, who is in his 50's, is currently under the care of the Harefield Hospital.

Joe told the Wheaty Weekly "My Dad hasn't been too well over the past couple of years and is currently on the heart transplant list.  He has been in and out of hospital and had a an operation to have a LVAD (mechanical heart) fitted to keep him ticking over until he receives a new heart.  The operation was a success and me, my family and friends couldn't thank Harefield Hospital and the staff enough for doing such an amazing job and keeping my Dad alive.  Without them he probably wouldn't be here".

The charity will be the recipient of all the fund raising activities the Wheatsheaf carry out with effect from 1st February 2017 and will include our annual fundraiser, Party in the Pub 2017.  There is a charity pot by the side of the bar should you wish to make a donation. 


Tuesday 16th January at 9pm 

The Rusty Rovers - Since they begun their monthly residency at the Wheaty last August the guys popularity have increased to an extent that there's only standing room during their 2 sets of sing-a-long folk and Irish music. 

Sunday 21st Januaryfrom 7.30pm

We welcome the Ewell Sessions to the best little pub in the village.  The Ewell Sessions provide a friendly environment where musicians of all levels can get together to play acoustic traditional music, mostly from the British Isles.  The sessions are timed for a 8.00pm start but any budding musicians are invited to get there at 7.30pm for some basic warm up tunes.   

Entry to all Wheaty music events are free but occasionally there'll be a 'bar on the jar' to enable patrons to show their appreciation to those performing.