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Description: St Aldhelm's Well (Previously Listed As St. Aldhams Well) to West of Doulting Manor
Date Listed: 25 February 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 268360
OS Grid Reference: ST6451243210
OS Grid Coordinates: 364512, 143210
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1870, -2.5091
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DOULTING CP WELL LANE (South side)
St. Aldhelm's well
(previously listed as St. Aldhams
Well) to west of Doulting Manor
Well head. C18. Dressed stone. Water issues from a low opening in a stone wall set into a bank and flows through a
shallow channel with dressed stone sides; flanking rubble walls extend to each side enclosing the spring area. Further
section of walling on roadside extending approximately SW to each side of the well. A medieval site, but most of what
can now be seen has been rebuilt. One of the most authentic holy wells of Somerset. It was here, in AD 709, that St.
Aldhem died while on his visitation, (Hornet E., Holy Wells of Somerset, l923).
Listing NGR: ST6451243210
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Source: English Heritage
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