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Mon, 08 Sep 2008
Sleaford - Byard's Famous Leap - Newark, England

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BYARD'S FAMOUS LEAP.

Near the town of Newark in Lincolnshire , were to be seen before the Great War three sets of hoof marks. The RAF Collage Cranwell has been built on one set but the other two are still there for all to see. These sets are about 7 yards apart, and this is but one  of the the many tales of Byard's famous leap.
       
Sleaford, Diddily had a cafe here a
long time ago.  There was once a witch, old Meg, they called her who was forever causing trouble. She bewitched the cows so that they wouldn't give milk. Cursed the soil so the crops wouldn't grow and continually disrupted the good nature of the Sleaford people. One day however after a particularly annoying day, the farmer whose land always seemed to bare the brunt of the witch's wickedness, sort out  a local wise man and begged him for his help.
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