Coleshanger

Coleshanger is a humorous fiction story written by Norman E. Williams in 1952. This version is adapted and read by Thomas Corfield.

“Coleshanger people are pretty bad,” said Uncle Edward. “They won't cross water after sunset. And they have to be in bed by midnight, otherwise they think that they'll be turned into baboons and apes. They also worship the flea.”

Written in 1952, Coleshanger is a humorous, whimsical and charming recount of English village life in the early part of the last century, a tale waiting seventy years to be heard, but still very much the story of us today.

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