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Upsall is associated with a common tale: A man from the village dreamed for three consecutive nights that he should go to London and stand on London Bridge. Conceding to impulse he went to London and while on the bridge he was approached by a Quaker, to whom he told his dream. The Quaker replied that he had also been plagued by a recurring dream: that if he went to a place called Upsall and dug under a certain tree by the castle he would find gold. The Upsall man returned home in silence, grabbed a spade and went to castle, digging under the tree he discovered a chest of gold and became a wealthy man.