St Winefride's Well

Holywell, Flintshire CH8 7PN, North Wales

 

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The Custodian,

St Winefride's Well,

Holywell, Flintshire,

North Wales,

CH8 7PN

 

Tel: 01352 713054

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The exterior of the St Winefride's Well complex, with Mr and Mrs John and Lolita L'Aiguille.

Mr L'Aiguille was appointed fulltime Custodian of the Shrine, and Mrs L'Aiguille as Assistant Custodian, by St Winefride's parish, Holywell, on behalf of the Catholic Diocese of Wrexham.

 

 

 

They are assisted when necessary by volunteer Stewards, members of St Winefride`s parish. Volunteer Stewards also staff the Museum during opening hours (see above, Information), with responsibility to the St Winefride`s Well Museum Committee.

Finding us Parish newsletters

To arrange a group visit or request any special visit or bathing requirements, or to enquire about merchandise in the repository, please contact: The Custodian (John & Lolita L'Aiguille), St Winefride's Well, Plessington House, Greenfield Street, Holywell, Flintshire, CH8 7PN Tel: (01352) 713054.

 

To arrange / enquire about Mass or Prayer Service or Veneration of the Relic, Contact: the Parish Priest, Vocationist Fathers, St Winefride's Prestbytery, 15 Well Street, Holywell, CH8 7PL.  Tel: 01352 713181.

 

To arrange/enquire about accommodation please contact St Winefride's Guest House directly on (01352) 712925 or email:

stwinefrides@bridgettine.org.

 

To request access to the Library & Archives, contact in writing: The Secretary, St Winefride's Well Museum, Greenfield Street, Holywell, Flintshire, CH8 7PN.

 

St Winefrides Well is on the bus route between Holywell and Greenfield and there is a stop outside.  Our nearest train station is Flint, and there are regular buses which stop outside the well. The journey takes some 20 minutes.

 

To enquire about public transport click on either of the links opposite.

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