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6th April


The annual boat race between Cambridge and Oxford graces the River Thames on a truly amazing day.

We have prepared a truly wonderful day for you all - The Terrace Kitchen is serving lunch up to 3pm (reservations only) with live music, a private balcony and toilets and the table is available for you and your guests for the entire day.

For more information please email or call 0208 876 5177.

Down in the Canon Bar we are open for everyone with no tickets necessary. Our new BBQ menu will be available from 12 to keep you going throughout the day until the big race at 6pm. The bar will be well stocked and there will be live music to entertain you as well. So come and join us for this annual legendary event.

The race came about because two friends from Harrow School, Charles Wordsworth (nephew of the poet William Wordsworth), of Christ Church College, Oxford, and Charles Merrivale of St. John’s, Cambridge, met during the vacation in Cambridge, where Wordsworth’s father was master of Trinity.
Wordsworth went rowing on the Cam, and the two school fellows decided to set up a challenge. On February 10 1829 a meeting of CUBC requested Mr Snow of St John’s to write immediately to Mr Staniforth of Christ Church stating ‘that the University of Cambridge hereby challenge the University of Oxford to row a match at or near London, each in an eight-oared boat during the ensuing Easter vacation.’
Staniforth and Snow had been schoolfellows and boating comrades at Eton.
Consequently some of the arrangements changed so the first race eventually took place on 10 June 1829 at Henley on Thames.
Oxford won this first race easily, their winning boat can still be seen in the River & Rowing Museum in Henley.
For the next 25 years contests only happened on an irregular basis, moving to London for the second race in 1836.

7th April


What story will Lucy have in store for us today?
Come let your little ones enjoy story time whilst you relax over a cuppa.

11:30 start

14th April


It's Monday so it's time for a story and a coffee.
Join Lucy from 11:30 and why not stay to enjoy some lunch after with child options available

17th April

World Malbec Day

Not that we need an excuse to enjoy a beautiful glass of well rounded Argentinian red wine, but with it being World Malbec Day, now there is NO excuse.
We have two beautiful Alta Vista Malbecs for you do enjoy, so come down and have a glass (or bottle...) and why not team it with a beautiful steak.

21st April


It's Easter and it's Jackanory! Rumour has it that a certain Bunny may be paying us a visit at The White Hart...But shhhh don't tell your little ones, it's a surprise!!

So come and join us for Jackanory fun with Lucy and a bit of an Easter treat thrown in!

Don't forget our child friendly lunch options for after.

11:30 start

28th April


As the month rounds up, join us for a double helping of Jackanory with Lucy.

Relax with a freshly brewed coffee or maybe a glass of wine whilst your kids are entertained.

11:30 start and 15:45 start