Our selection of menus have been carefully crafted, to offer guests a real range of gastronomy. Whether it’s a light lunch or a beautifully cooked evening meal, to exquisite tasting menus on one of our themed events. The White Hart has a menu to suit all tastes. Seasonal, locally-sourced produce, which looks as good as it tastes.

The Brasserie Dining Room

The Dining Room is our most elegant of rooms – beautifully lit, with candles and wood burning fire, creating an inviting atmosphere and timeless comfort.

The Brasserie Barn & Old Tap Room

Located in the heart of the pub, The Brasserie is a home away from home. Traditional, warm and cosy. With open wood burning fires, familiar pictures and welcoming staff the Barn & Old Tap Rooms really are the definition of comfort. There’s a mouth-watering number of options available.


The Brasserie menu is available in the Evenings only (Monday – Saturday).

The Sandwich menu is available Wednesday – Saturday 12 noon – 2:15pm.

The Lunch menu is available Wednesday – Saturday 12 noon – 2:15pm.

* Please note, these are sample menus and may differ slightly from the day you dine.


Take advantage of our special offers


If you’re planning a big birthday, anniversary or a retirement do, The White Hart can put on a party to remember! We have a selection of rooms to cater from small intimate gatherings to large parties and our on-site team will work with you to create a unique event you’ll never forget.

If you’d like to hold your meeting or party at The White Hart, please get in touch with our team, who will work with you to organise all the finer details.

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Civil Ceremony Details

When you have made your provisional reservation at The White Hart, you need to contact the Superintendent Registrar at:

Oldham Registry Office,
Chadderton Town Hall,
Middleton Road, Chadderton,
Oldham, OL9 6PP
Telephone 0161 770 8960,
Email: registrars@oldham.gov.uk

Notice must then be given, in person, to the Superintendent Registrar in the area where each member of the couple lives (as soon as possible, but within 12 months of the marriage). This notice must then be collected and delivered, by a member of the couple, to the Registrar attending the ceremony, if not in the Oldham district. Only a non-religious ceremony, music and readings are permitted by the Registrar.

Copyrights for music used and for any readings, etc. is the couple’s responsibility.