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FFYNNON CYBI, LLANGYBI

Site Details


NPRN 407448

Map Reference ST39NE

Grid Reference ST37449666

Unitary (Local) Authority Monmouthshire

Old County Monmouthshire

Community Llangybi (Monmouthshire)

Type of Site HOLY WELL

Broad Class Water Supply and Drainage

Period Post Medieval

Site Description Ffynnon Cybi is a good example of a medieval or post-medieval holly well. Placed outside the south wall of Llangibby churchyard, it comprises a small, stone built, rectangular vault some 1.9m by 1.7m by 1.8m high. The exterior appears to have lost much of its facework, but the square stone-lintelled opening over the downstream side remains. The internal structure, which is still intact, comprises a circular corbelled vault. The well still contains water and feeds the stream that runs eastwards alongside the lane.
Source: Cadw scheduling description and the National Archaeological Record card ST39NE/51
RCAHMW 21.02.2008

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