Black plaque № 11899 in Whitwell, Isle of Wight

The Whit Well. Legend tells us that pilgrims visited the well for its healing qualities. They arrived by ship in Puckaster Cove and came via the Cripple Path and Ashknowle Lane to the well. Prayers were said while the sick and suffering bathed in and drank of its cooling waters. Then healed or with hope renewed and full of thanks to Our Lady of Whitewell and her good Saint Rhadagunde, they returned to the coast vi St, Rhadagunde's Path.
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