Wooler (Northumberland) - Cave in Cockenheugh Hills, and Fowberry Bridge (and occasionally Tower)
Either a former Border reiver or someone who committed suicide (or maybe both), this entity would manifest as a dun coloured horse and scour the area for his lost treasure.
Another barrow, another fabulous treasure.
Wootton Rivers? (Wiltshire) - Barrow close to farm?
A small team of treasure hunters were searching for a golden table, fabled to have been buried in the area. One man found the top of the table on the barrow, but as he called out to his friends, it sank beneath the ground and could not be rediscovered.
Worthing (Sussex) - Cissbury Ring (Hillfort)
Leading to an untold amount of wealth, the tunnel hidden in this hillfort is guarded by a pair of snake-like dragons. The ghost of a druid is reported to haunt the site looking for this treasure, and the sound of phantom galloping horses have also been reported. Finally, another legend says the structure was formed by earth falling off the Devil's shovel as he tried to dig a hole in the South Downs.
Wroxeter (Shropshire) - Buried well close to Bell Brook
An old local poem stated, 'Near the brook of Bell, there is a well, which is richer than any man can tell'.
Ystradgynlais (Powys) - Mynydd y Drum summit
The hoard of treasure hidden under rocks on the top of this mountain is protected by demonic entities which attack anyone close to discovering the gold.