Wellington Barracks donkeys being stabled with the horses of the Life Guards by Anonymous

Wellington Barracks donkeys being stabled with the horses of the Life Guards

Anonymous

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Wellington Barracks donkeys being stabled with the horses of the Life Guards

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For the first time in the history of Wellington Barracks donkeys are being stabled with the horses of the Life Guards to help at the market and fair in the Dean's Yard, Westminster in connection with Westminster Abbey's 900th anniversary celebration.

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