Well researched: research articles (refereed/peer reviewed)
- Unfortunately there will be no peer reviewed articles in this issue as no articles of a suitable standard were received in time for the publishing deadline. However, flow will hopefully resume with Issue 3.
Wells in depth: other quality articles on wells in a wide range of contexts
- The Documentation of Ffynnon Ddeier: some problems reconsidered by Tristan Gray Hulse.
- Cenotés and Other Sacred Waters of the Americas by Gary R. Varner.
Dipping wells: factual site reports & descriptions
- The Wishing Well and Rock Hermitage at High Hurstwood by R. B. Parish.
- The Holy Well, or St Cloud's Well at Longthorpe near Peterborough by R. B. Parish.
- The Ancient Springs of the Valley of the Sandbrook: a vignette by Julian Lea-Jones.
Notes & queries: questions, observations, comments, letters, emails
- Are there any 'holy wells' associated with the Scandinavian Goddess Freya? from David Staveley.
- A Nugget from the Walkworth Chronicle by Robert Carter.
- Who wrote 'The Legend of the Holy Well Haw' from David Bell.
- A call for St Helen's wells, springs, churches and chapels from Gill Burns.
Wholly well read: reviews of relevant literature new & old
- Connolly, Susan & Moroney, Anne-Marie (1998). Stone and Tree Sheltering Water: an Exploration of Sacred and Secular Wells in County Louth. Drogheda: Flax Mill Publications.
- Hope, Robert (2000). Devon and Cornwall's Holy Wells. Penzance: Oakmagic Publications. [Orig. Pub. 1893].
- Martin, Christina (2000). Holy Wells. Presteigne: Wooden Books.
- Rattue, James (2001). The Living Stream: holy wells in historical context.Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer Ltd.
Well restored: organisations, initiatives, conservation/restoration projects
- The Holy Well, Morvah: a well lost and found by Cheryl Straffon.
News file: any news of a watery nature
- Threatened ancient Jewish ritual bath in Bristol achieves protected status
- Jewish ritual bath discovered in London
- Baptismal pool restored in Alabama, USA
- Update on the Sancreed well access dispute
- Millenium marker stone placed at Cerne Abbas well
- Bodmin's Holy Wells restored
- Pre-Christian Holy Well discovered in Yorkshire
- More trouble at Sancreed well
- Flow resumes at Madron baptistry well
- Temple of Apollo built on an intersection of geological fault lines
- Bronze Age ritual shaft or backfilled well?
- Five more wells to visit in Cornwall...
- ...But one is lost!
- A spring is the focus of a Neolithic ritual site discovered in Wales
- Another St Helen's Well found in Yorkshire
- Chedworth Roman complex reinterpreted
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