About The White Horse Witcham
The White Horse Inn has been a public house for nearly 150 years and is the last remaining of 5 in Witcham. We are proud to be a lively hub for many community activities in the village and hold regular events throughout the year. With our welcoming bar, dining and garden areas you will always find a perfect spot to relax and enjoy your visit.
The Book Club meets on the first Tuesday of every month, email us to find out more.
Monday – Closed
Tuesday and Wednesday
12 – 2:30pm 7-10.30pm
Thursday and Friday 12-2.30pm 6-11:30pm
Saturday 12-3.00pm 6-11.30pm
Sunday 12-2:30pm 7-11:30pm
The pool table is always available, Thursday night is Pool League, new team members always welcome!
Hold Your Event at the White Horse
Witcham is a small village near Ely in Cambridgeshire, England.
The village is surrounded by fenland farms and has a village hall and a 13th-century church dedicated to St Martin. The village hosts the World Pea Shooting Championships on the second Saturday in July every year and has staged the competition annually since 1971. The name of the village derives from “Wycham”, meaning “place of the wych elms”, after the trees that used to grow there in significant numbers. A Roman cavalry helmet dating from AD 14 was found in the village gravel pit, and now resides in the British Museum.
The White Horse Inn,
7 Silver Street
Cambridgeshire CB6 2LF
Tel: 01353 777999