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Manager: Tammy Musson

High Street




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Telephone: 01924 274293

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The Fleece is located in the village town of Horbury in Wakefield. This public house has undergone a major refurbishment recently and the outcome is truly fantastic. We have created a pub that neighbours would be proud to call your local.

The Fleece is a pub that sits in the heart of the community; we provide a place for you to come and enjoy a quiet drink and a place to share great times with friends. Whether you are looking for live sports, live music & entertainment or simply a great range of drinks, we will provide in abundance.

Horbury had a chapel of ease to the Church of All Saints in Wakefield, from before the time of the Doomsday Book. The chapel was replaced by a Norman chapel with a nave and tower that stood until it was replaced by the present church in 1790. St Peter and St Leonard's Church, the parish church, was designed by John Carr, the Horbury born architect who built the Georgian neo-classical style between 1790 and 1794 at a cost to himself of £8,000. He is buried in a vault beneath the north aisle.