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The White Horse, Westley Waterless, 1929 (photo J H Bullock) (Cambridgeshire Collection)

White Horse, Burrough End, Westley Waterless

History of White Horse

Westley Waterless is a village used by Enid Porter in Cambridgeshire Customs and Folklore, 1969, to illustrate the superstitions and beliefs that survived in rural communities into the 20th century.

White Horse, Westley Waterless OS 1901


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