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White Horse Inn

White Horse
The White Horse behind a large thatched cottage c1900

Wm Lewis
The White Horse was bought from Mr. Lewis by Newlands and Nash, the Bedford brewery, who delivered beer by a steam dray weekly. 

The old house was demolished just before WWII and a modern public house was built on the site for Wells and Winch of Biggleswade.

It was taken over by Greene King of Bury St. Edmunds (they also control the New Inn).

More about the White Horse Inn

Extract from obituary 1912:

Mr. William Lewis, who for 48 years was proprietor and landlord of the White Horse, Wymington, was well known in the hunting field, a sport to which he was passionately devoted. He spent most of his boyhood's days in Rushden; .....

Picture of the White Horse c1930 by an unknown artist

1953 - decorated for the Queen's Coronation Day

In the snow c1979

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