The feast day of the Celtic Saint Winifred. Holywell St Winefrides Shrine. Gypsy children, use spring healing water to cross themselves. Holywell Flintshire Wales. 1990s.<br />
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St Winifred or Saint Winefride was a 7th-century Welsh Christian woman, around whom many historical legends have formed. A healing spring at the traditional site of her death is now a shrine and pilgrimage site called St Winefrifdes Well, known as the Lourdes of Wales.
St Winefrides Shrine Holywell Wales UK
The feast day of the Celtic Saint Winifred. Holywell St Winefrides Shrine. Gypsy children, use spring healing water to cross themselves. Holywell Flintshire Wales. 1990s.

St Winifred or Saint Winefride was a 7th-century Welsh Christian woman, around whom many historical legends have formed. A healing spring at the traditional site of her death is now a shrine and pilgrimage site called St Winefrifdes Well, known as the Lourdes of Wales.

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Date: 26 Mar 2015
Location: Holywell Flintshire UK Wales
Credit: Homer Sykes
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