ST. SOURNEY’S WELL
St. Sourney’s Well can be found to the rear of church remains of St Sairnait (otherwise known as St. Sourney) which was built around 550 A.D.
The well was recently rebuilt by a work crew who unfortunately took the stones to build it from what was reputedly St. Sairnait’s cell or ‘bed’.
St. Sourney was a female patron, who was believed to be of great importance given the number of religious features dedicated to her.
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