Address: 14, Victoria Street (previously Lower Lane), Chorley, Lancashire
The Oak Tree Inn was a small beer house on Victoria Street in Wheelton although nowadays it is a private dwelling. First reference to the beer house appeared in the 1841 census and it was still open into the 1920's although press cuttings below would suggest it was becoming more difficult to make ends meet post WW1 with the license expiring twice within a few years due to redundancy.
Listed landlords at the Oak Tree were Robert & Alice Charock (1841-51), William Slater (1861), Alice Slater (1871), John Rutter (1881), Robert Hardman (1891), Albert Cross (1901) and James Hargreaves (1911).
|Lancashire Evening Post 09 March 1893|
|Lancashire Evening Post 24 March 1900|
|Lancashire Evening Post 12 March 1917|
|Lancashire Evening Post 13 September 1920|
|Lancashire Evening Post 08 February 1921|
|Lancashire Evening Post 19 December 1921|
|Lancashire Evening Post 17 January 1939|