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The White Hart in Lydgate, an unassuming sleepy village in Oldham, is building a reputation as one of the region’s go-to places for wine buffs. If you’ve a taste for the grape, sign up for their event

With incredible views across the Pennines, The White Hart at Lydgate is a boutique hotel with a handful of rooms and award winning dining. A stone’s throw from the Peak District, in a lovely little

If we had £1 for every time we’ve been asked which are the best restaurants in Manchester, we’d all have our own private yachts, holiday homes in the Caribbean, top of the range Mercs, and still have

Rustic dining pub with excellent reputation and wine list. Located seven hundred feet above sea level, where Saddleworth Moor starts, the restaurant is located in an impressive former coaching house

AS the North West’s booming restaurant scene continues to outperform the rest of the UK in terms of growth, the Confidentials team has released the region’s first dedicated restaurant guide – the Top

There’s no such thing as perfection, but at The White Hart, chef Mike Shaw’s tasting menu comes pretty close. And, says Zoë Perrett, the rooms are rather nice too…

As the nights draw in and temperatures begin to plummet, it’s not all doom and gloom as the comforting warmth of a real fire lures us into pubs across the country. It’s time to raise a glass to the

On a bitterly cold day, there’s nothing better than curling up by a roaring fire – preferably with a pint or two.
Autumn and winter afternoons are made for hunkering down in a cosy pub and we’ve got

The 2019 edition of The Good Food Guide has just been published. While only one Manchester restaurant has earned a place in the top 50 UK restaurants, there are 33 restaurants across

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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.