Welcome to The Half Moon Inn

Strensall, York North Yorkshire

Sam and the team welcome you to The Half Moon Inn, situated in the heart of Strensall. We pride ourselves on our warm welcoming atmosphere, serving good quality drinks and food to both the local community and visitors to the village. We are a dog friendly pub and have a cafe open Monday's, Thursday's, Friday's and Saturday's. So please join us for a drink and bring your best friend along...

The pub was rebuilt in 1803 which replaced a much older building, which had its own brew house and kiln.
Back to the present day, we have both BT and Sky sports showing over 4 large screens in the back sports bar.
To the front, we have our lounge. A place to sit and relax with a perfectly poured drink and maybe a bite to eat.

We look forward to welcoming you soon!

 

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Forthcoming Events

At The Half Moon Inn

Southern Brave Men v London Spirit Men (Cricket - The Hundred)

Southern Brave Men v London Spirit Men (Cricket - The Hundred)

Southern Brave Men v London Spirit Men (Start-time 6.30pm). Coverage of the match at Utilita Bowl in Southampton. This meeting last year ended in a no result due to bad weather, but the 2022 fixture saw a close encounter as the Spirit won by nine runs. London made 147-6 before Jordan Thompson's 2-32 limited the Southern Brave to 138-7

The Belgian Grand Prix (Formula 1)

The Belgian Grand Prix (Formula 1)

The Belgian Grand Prix first practice session. Coverage of preparations for the 14th round of the season, held at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps

The Belgian Grand Prix (Formula 1)

The Belgian Grand Prix (Formula 1)

The Belgian Grand Prix second practice session. Coverage of preparations for the 14th round of the season, held at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps

Olympic Games Opening Ceremony (Olympics)

Olympic Games Opening Ceremony (Olympics)

Clare Balding presents coverage from along the River Seine. Approximately 10,500 athletes, who will compete across 329 events in 32 sports over the course of 16 days, are introduced nation-by-nation and cross through the centre of Paris on boats. It is the first time in the history of the Summer Games that the ceremony will not take place in a stadium, with the 6km route taking in many of the venues that will be used in the festival of sport, including Parc Urbain La Concorde, the Esplanade des Invalides and the Grand Palais, before concluding at the Trocadero against the majestic backdrop of the Eiffel Tower. With many of the viewing points free to spectators, a vocal reception from French residents and visitors from all around the world is anticipated, as the event is officially opened

Olympic Games (Olympics)

Olympic Games (Olympics)

Hazel Irvine presents further live coverage of day one, including the women's and men's cycling time-trials from Pont Alexandre III at 1.30 and 3.30 respectively. Primoz Roglic won Slovenia's first cycling gold medal in the men's event at the last Olympics, and Great Britain's Josh Tarling is one of the contenders for his crown this time around, on a challenging 32.4km course. Roglic pulled out of the recent Tour de France through injury, but is expected to be among the challengers once again, along with multiple global medallist Wout van Aert of the Netherlands and two-time world champion Filippo Ganna of Italy. Annemiek van Vleuten of the Netherlands was victorious in the women's event in Tokyo, with reigning world champion Chloe Dygert of USA one of the main contenders this time around. There is also action from the semi-finals of the men's rugby sevens at the Stade de France, with reigning champions Fiji expected to be involved

The Belgian Grand Prix (Formula 1)

The Belgian Grand Prix (Formula 1)

The Belgian Grand Prix third practice session. Coverage of preparations for the 14th round of the season, held at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps

The Belgian Grand Prix (Formula 1)

The Belgian Grand Prix (Formula 1)

The Belgian Grand Prix qualifying session (Start-time 3.00pm). Coverage of the battle for grid positions for the 14th round of the season, held at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps

Olympic Games (Olympics)

Olympic Games (Olympics)

Jeanette Kwakye and JJ Chalmers present live coverage from day two in France. Having come out of retirement ahead of the Tokyo Games, Helen Glover begins another quest for a third Olympic rowing gold medal as part of a talented fours team in the heats at Vaires-sur-Marne Nautical Stadium. Swimming heats also take place at La Defense Arena, with British 200m freestyle champion Matt Richards, six-time Olympic medallist Duncan Scott and French 400m individual medley star Leon Marchand among those set to be in action. Qualifying for the women's artistic gymnastics gets under way at the Bercy Arena and, at the Chateau de Versailles, the eventing discipline in the team and individual cross-country equestrian takes place

Olympic Games (Olympics)

Olympic Games (Olympics)

Further live coverage of day two, including the women's cross-country mountain biking event from 1.10 at Elancourt Hill. Malvern rider Evie Richards became Britain's first mountain bike world champion just weeks after finishing seventh at the Tokyo Olympics, though her preparation for Paris has been hindered by concussion symptoms. France's Pauline Ferrand-Prevot is the current world champion and guaranteed incredible support as the riders go wheel-to-wheel on a narrow and twisting cross-country circuit. Another Brit vying to tame a treacherous course could be multiple global medallist Kimberley Woods in the women's canoe slalom kayak single final from 4.45 at Vaires-sur-Marne Nautical Stadium