(1652) FFYNNON DUDWEN, 90 yds. S.E. of St. Tudwen’s
Church (Llandudwen, No. 1582), and probably to be associated
with it, though in Llaniestyn parish. The remains ofa basin
which was originally the spring, now full of stagnant water
and pond weeds, are backed by a semi-circular revetment of
dry-built masonry standing to a maximum height of 3 ft.
a~ the r~ar of the basin and decreasing gradually in height on
e.lther SIde. The front of the basin is closed by a low straight
sill of slabs on edge. The basin is 6 ft. in diameter and 3 ft.
from front to back. It faces N.N.W., i.e. not quite facing the
Holy Wells, p. 149.
Condition: very poor; choked and overgrown.
SH 27473679 7 xii 60 39 N.E. ‘Spring’

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