Bodmin Well Trail

Before the Dissolution of the mid 1500s, Bodmin was a citadel of churches, hospitals, guild houses, a friary and a Priory that owned vast lands stretching from Portreath to Tintagel and inland as far as Lanhydrock.  Today traces of this age can be found dotted around Bodmin, including holy wells.

You can take in the holy wells following the Bodmin Well Trail, copies of which can be picked up at the Bodmin Information Centre.

It’s a fascinating walk and history guide, not only taking in the Holy Wells but also some of Bodmin’s interesting buildings such as St Petrocs Church and Bodmin Jail.  Below is a flavour of some of the wells you can see, on the Bodmin Well Trail.

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