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Holy wells of West Yorkshire and the Dales.
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OS grid reference: SE The Walton Cross stands beside a footpath at the western side of Hartshead village, in Kirklees District, west Yorkshire. But in fact it is now only part of what was originally quite a tall Anglo Saxon preaching cross, dating perhaps from the 9th or 10th century, but the carvings. The Walk: Above the West Yorkshire spa town of Ilkley is the vast upland expanse of Rombalds Moor. Sections of the moor are sub-named in deference to their local settlement and it was to Ilkley Moor I climbed from the West View Park car park just off Wells Road. It was a beautiful day and I set off with eager anticipation of a good day out.
Hainworth is a hamlet 1 mile (2 km) south of Keighley in West Yorkshire, England. The hamlet faces north across the lower end of the Worth Valley with a steep wooded incline towards Keighley. The hamlet faces north across the lower end of the Worth Valley with a steep wooded incline towards olitan borough: City of Bradford. OS grid reference: SE In close proximity to the Ordnance Survey triangulation pillar (no: S) at the north-western side of Rivock Edge, near Riddlesden, west Yorkshire, there are several prehistoric cup-and-ring marked rocks. However, some of these carved rocks are easily missed as they now lie amongst dead tree branches and stumps - the.
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Holy Wells in Yorkshire – 1 | holyandhealingwells. by Edna Whelan St Peter's Well, York Minster In the eastern crypt of the Minster is sited a font, under which was a well, which is by tradition the place where King Edwin was baptised on Easter Eve, He was accompanied by his wife, a Christian princess from Kent named Ethelburga.
Goodmanham in East Yorkshire is as important in its way as Lastingham which is well known for its ancient church crypt with the famous dragon carvings and the site of the ancient Celtic monastery of St Cedd and St Chad.
There are three holy wells at Lastingham, and there are three also, and an ancient named spring, at Goodmanham. The Holy Wells of Somerset; The Holy Wells of West Penwith, Cornwall; The Lady Well, Woolpit (a Suffolk Well) The Rediscovery of a Holy Well near Malton, North Yorkshire; The River of Wells; The Strangewell, Cuddington, Buckinghamshire; The Watchman’s Well Kintraw; The Wayside Well; The Well and the Water Board; The Well of the Sacred Blood.
Thulla Spring, Millington (SE ) Many ancient wells and named springs emerge from hillsides, and Thulla Spring is no exception. The hillside it runs from is part of Thulla Hill and on that hill is the site of a Roman temple to Diana. Holy Wells, Healing Springs & Spas When water first emerges at ground-level and comes out of the Earth, such spots are simply known as ‘springs’ of water.
At sites where people have placed stone troughs or basins they are known as ‘wells.’. Welcome to Holy Wells and Sacred Springs of Britain NEW MEMBERS, PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE POSTING. Thankyou for joining our group. Please do introduce yourself saying where you are based & what interests you about this topic.
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Buy Yorkshire Holy Wells and Sacred Springs First Edition by Whelan, Edna, Taylor, Ian (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). > Boiling Well (Yorkshire) - Holy Well or Sacred Spring in England in Yorkshire (North) Submitted by coin on Wednesday, 28 September Page Views: Springs and Holy Wells Site Name: Boiling Well (Yorkshire).
Lady Well - Catwick (TA approx site of). The Rev. William Smith was rector of Catwick church during the early 's and it may have been the presence of the Lady Well in the village which inspired a book about the holy wells in East Yorkshire.
North East Images of Holy Wells in the counties of: Yorkshire, Durham and Northumberland. 3: West Midlands Images of Holy Wells in the counties of: Shropshire, Staffordshire, All enquiries should be made to [email protected] The holy wells of South Yorkshire were investigated by Rob Wilson in the early 's; and with his permission i have compiled a list from his book 'Holy Wells and Spas of South Yorkshire' (Wilson ).
Many of the wells were re-visited in /, and this website shows the wells as they appeared then. Holy Wells Index - East Yorkshire. References to the Rev. Smith refer to the book - Ancient Springs & Streams of the East Riding of Yorkshire. by Rev. Smith (). WEST: LINKS: Holy Wells Index - North Yorkshire SAINT'S WELLS.
Well Name: Location. Holy Well (site of)** Giggleswick: SE Holy Well: Hildenley (nr Malton) SE * Indicates the page contains updated information since the publication of 'Yorkshire Holy Wells and Sacred Springs (YHWSS).
The medieval and early post-medieval holy wells project forms an element of the Cadw grant-aided This weighting towards the west may be the result of a knowledge of Francis Jones, from whose book “The Holy Wells of Wales” so many of our records originate, who was born and spent the first thirty years of his life in the county.
Yorkshire Holy Wells: Lady Well (site of) - Thirsk (SE approx) William Grainge describes the Lady Well at Thirsk in his book 'The Vale of Mowbray' (). "Amid the willows rises a plenteous spring of water, revealing a part of Thirsk's heritage and once again providing the town with its own holy.
Not really started on this page yet, Just a few wells listed. Holy Wells Index - WEST YORKSHIRE The wells listed below are in alphabetical order, see the wells map page for general distribution.
Many of the pictures on the following pages are "clickable" and this brings up a larger picture or a different view. Parishes in the Diocese of West Yorkshire and the Dales that have web pages. If you cannot find what you are looking for, see the note at the bottom of this page.
Addingham, St Peter Adel, St John the Baptist Aldfield, St Lawrence. A newspaper report from recorded by Rob Wilson () in his Holy Wells and Spas of South Yorkshire notes: “It has a spring of water in which people of the district have wonderful faith.
They look upon it as a sort of cure-all. Yorkshire Holy Wells: Roseberry Well (Odinsberg spring?) - Great Ayton (SE ) (Roseberry Topping is a conspicuous conical shaped hill rising to over ft. In the 12th century the hill was known as Othenesburg or Odinsberg and it is suggested that early Scandinavian settlers in the region dedicated the peak to their chief god, Odin.
Latitude: Longitude: At the western side of the little Breton village of Saint-Anne-la-Palud in Plonevez Porzay, Finistere, Bretagne (Brittany), 4 miles northwest of Locronan, is the large 19th century Gothic Catholic chapel and pilgrimage centre dedicated to .About 50 Walks in West Yorkshire.
Walking is one of Britain's favourite leisure activities, and this guide to West Yorkshire features 50 mapped walks from 2 to 10 miles, to suit all abilities.
The book features all the practical detail you need, including: fascinating background reading on the history and wildlife of. NGR: SE The lost (forgotten) Roman fort of Uncra was located where the farmstead of that name used to be – close to the bank of the River Aire, and roughly halfway between East Riddlesden Hall and Marley – at the northeastern side of Keighley, West Yorkshire.