» Main Index

  » Search This Site

  » Submit Pub

  » Contact Us

Share |

Home > Kent > Milton Regis > White Hart

White Hart

Picture source: Stephen Harris

The White Hart was situated at 91 High Street. This pub was present by 1839 and survived until at least 1958.  It is now in use as a restaurant.
From The Kentish Gazette August 24th 1787:
Cricketing. On Monday, the 27th instant, will be played at Milton, a Match of Cricket, between the Gentlemen of the Star Club, Chatham Hill, and the Gentlemen of Milton Club, with one Man given, for One Guinea a Man. The Wickets to be pitched at Nine o’Clock and the Game played out. A good Ordinary at Philip Chapman’s, White Hart Inn, Milton.
Ian Maun (May 2017)

Do you have any anecdotes, historical information, updates or photographs of this pub? Become a contributor and submit them here.
Like this site? Recommend us via the social networking share button on the left hand side of the page, or follow us on or
Were you a customer, publican or member of staff at this pub? Add your email contact details here and let past regulars get in touch.