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St Katherine's Well

Sacred Well

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Nearest Town:Evesham (9km NE)
OS Ref (GB):   SO953403 / Sheet: 150
Latitude:52° 3' 38.08" N
Longitude:   2° 4' 6.82" W

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We visited St.Katherine's Well today, the 6th October 2002. A small spring bubbles up into a tiny pool, yet a slightly curved stone wall remains behind, set into the hill. It's not on an official path, so you have to have a reasonable map to find it, but it lies directly below the Bredon Hill Tower (Folly), on the corner edge of a wood.
Mindful of the folklore that this well has healing properties, we splashed some water on my husband's tennis elbow and we will wait for results!
Posted by Yo
6th October 2002ce