Web - Links

Below are a few useful links to other watery sites that you might like to take a look at. For a more extensive list of holy wells featured on the web take a look at 'Wells on the Web'.



An organisation that acts as a national focus for the exchange of information concerning the preservation and protection of ancient sites and their setting, and the maintenance of access to them.


In their own words, 'a pioneering project encouraging people to join in making music for the River Stour as it rises in Somerset and Wiltshire, and flows southward through Dorset to the sea at Christchurch'. They have a composer in residence and publish various works promoting water consciousness, including a bimonthly newsletter available on the web.

Living Spring Journal

The International Electronic Journal for Research into Holy Wells and Waterlore. This is the only known international forum dedicated to the dissemination of news views and research on holy wells and waterlore. Published quarterly, each 'issue' contains peer-reviewed articles by leading researchers in the field, alongside quality non-reviewed articles about wells in a wide range of contexts. Also included are site reports, details of conservation projects, news items, queries, opinions and reviews. Anything at all that contributes to our understanding and appreciation of the subject that intrigues us so.

Spas Research Fellowship

An organisation which promotes education, research and scholarship into all aspects of spa and mineral waters use. They also provide a forum for the dissemination of the results of such research through their website, a series of publications and an annual conference.

Wells on the Web

Katy Jordan's gateway to all of the holy wells and watery sites featured on the web. If it's on the web, it's here.  [No longer active in its full form - KMJ]


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