Roma woman, at the annual gypsy gathering on the Feast Day of  St Winefride.  Holywell, Flintshire, Wales. 22 June  1990s.<br />
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.
GYPSY HOLYWELL PILGRIMAGE WALES
Roma woman, at the annual gypsy gathering on the Feast Day of St Winefride. Holywell, Flintshire, Wales. 22 June 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
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