The Wheatsheaf Inn

The Wheatsheaf Inn

The Wheatsheaf is at the heart of the beautiful flint downland village of Willingdon. the first of a chain of such villages stretching the length of the south downs. Originally two flint cottages, the pub has over the centuries been modified and extended to give us the old English pub, full of charm and character that is enjoyed by so many today.

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Let's get Quizzical...

As you know, we have a regular quiz night every Tuesday from 8.30 but what you may not know is that it's SO MUCH FUN. If you've not quizzed with us before then I would absolutely urge you to give it a go. We're open to suggestions... I have been told that it can go on a touch, considering it's on a school night, so we try to finish at around 10.30, other suggestions of an interpretive dance round and a "Noel's House party" style gunging for the losing team are being considered.
To the right are some stunning artists impressions of occasional Quizzmaster Martin Hughes....the likeness is uncanny.
Come along and join in the fun!

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Jam Night!

Pop along to our Jam Night every Wednesday from 8:30pm. We have different hosts rotating on a four week basis, each with their own special talents and each with years of experience and a huge repertoire. Our hosts are: DAVE DOWLING from Howlin' Blues. Dave is an amazing blues harmonica player and though not his first instrument he plays a pretty mean blues guitar too, of course blues is always a good place to start for a good jam and Dave is always up for a jam with visiting musicians. ANDY MILLEN. Andy is a highly experienced musician, dare I say 'a musicians musician' he is an extremely adaptable and sympathetic player which makes him the ideal person to play backing for any visiting singers.
PAUL WATSON. Paul is an extremely well known and respected local musician, for years he entertained as the front man in The Betties, regarded by many as the finest rock band in the area. Paul and his brother Mickey go out as the Watson Brothers and are in very high demand. Paul's passion is for a bit of silky jazz guitar but he can play pretty much anything. often accompanied by brother Mickey. And MEL HAYES, an acoustic virtuoso with a huge repotoire, when paired with playing partner and award winning guitarist TERRY LEES they meld together in such a natural way, they sound like four guitars not two. You're always assured of some good music and great playing partners if you are here to play.


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Jackie Edwards

I spent a late summer’s afternoon searching for a decent pub in Eastbourne.


Very friendly atmosphere, you can come here and be guaranteed to see a friendly face.

Alexandra Stanley

The pub has a great feel with a vast selection of alcoholic beverages.

Dean Buckley

A lovely quaint little pub in a lovely little village.

Joanne Sansom

Always something going on at The Wheatsheaf! 10 out of 10 - Not a bad word to say!!!

Harry Gent

Great pub

Adrian Davis

Lovely pub

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We've found a great new place.

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