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The Dartington Morris Men side was formed at Dartington Hall in 1968 and was given permission (by whom?)to use the crest of the white hart on a red rose as its emblem.These are at: Hook (The White Hart and The Old White Hart), Basingstoke, Worting, Overton, Whitchurch, Andover, Stockbridge, Gosport and Salisbury in east Wiltshire .
It became a coaching inn in the 18th century and survived long enough that in 1910 even offered repairs to motor vehicles.The White Hart in Havenstreet is close to the main centre of the Isle of Wight Steam Railway and has a railway theme. Eliot made cryptic reference to this pub in his poem "Usk", referring not to an animal but to The White Hart Village Inn.The White Hart in Llangybi was first built in the early 16th century and was to become the property of Henry VIII as part of Jane Seymour's wedding dowry, while a century later Oliver Cromwell is reputed to have used it as his headquarters in Monmouthshire during the English Civil War. Touring Wales in 1935 the poet had visited the old hostelry which does indeed stand near the village well, once painted white and now in ruins."The White Hart" is in Alfred Gelder Street, Kingston upon Hull.
It was built in 1904 and frequented by the poet Philip Larkin, who gave a talk to the Jazz Record Society entitled ‘My Life and Death as a Record Reviewer’ here in 1977.The exterior is in the Artisan Mannerist style, the interior has extensive wood panelling, including 17th century work; the building is Grade II* listed.