A TRADITIONAL VILLAGE PUB

EveNTs and Live music

    Live Music with The Rusty Rovers - Tuesday 21st May from 8.30pm       

Surrey's number 1 Irish band 'The Rusty Rovers' return to the the best little pub in the village to perform 2 sets of sing a long tunes. Totally unplugged, round a table, in true Irish session style.

The Ewell Sessions - Sunday 19th May from 8pm 

Our monthly folk session takes place on the third Sunday of every month and are becoming increasingly more popular. The sessions are friendly and accessible and welcoming to all. The tunes played are generally in D, G and Em and are mainly traditional tunes and  we welcome players of all acoustic instruments (no amplification, please).

Summer Sundays with DJ Ems - Sunday 9th June May from 2-6pm

DJ EMS will be in the Wheaty garden to host a day of chilled out tracks and club classics.  Starting from 2pm the tunes will be your perfect accompaniment to a lazy day with family and friends.

Fun Quiz with Fish and Chips - Saturday 22nd June at 7.30pm

Quiz master Darren returns to host a fun quiz based on the formats of famous television quizzes including Family Fortunes, Who Wants to be a Millionaire, The Chase, Name That Tune and Bullseye to name a few.

The cost is £10 per person including a fish and chip supper (vegetarian options are available) with a donation being made to our nominated charity for 2019, The Lullaby Trust.  

Maximum 6 per team.  Spaces limited. Bookings with full payment can be made now at the bar.  Individuals and couples welcome and will be paired up.   

OUR CHARITY Of the year

Every year the Wheatsheaf adopts one worthy cause and this year we're supporting The Lullaby Trust, which is a relatively small charity that raises awareness of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), provides expert advice on safer sleep for babies and offers emotional support for bereaved families.  Wheaty regulars, Joe and Christine Arnold, tragically lost their 8 week old daughter Bonnie when she was a victim of cot death (now known as SIDS).  Soon after Bonnie passed away, Joe and Christine were put in touch with The Lullaby Trust who were a great support to the family and their way of recovery from such a heartbreaking experience was to focus on fundraising for the fantastic work the charity carries out on a day-to-day basis.   Since 1985, the Arnold family have been wonderful supporters over the Lullaby Trust by hosting a number of events including a biennial fundraiser at Epsom Downs named 'Bonnie's Ball'.  Christine and Joe's son, Jack, will be running the London Marathon this year. 

Christine told the Wheatsheaf Weekly "Bonnie's 'Family' has grown over the past 33 years in many diverse and unexpected ways.  Thank you to the Wheaty patrons for being and becoming part of this 'Family' and adopting The Lullaby Trust as your 2019 charity".