St Non's Well
"There is a fine Well beside it (St. Non's Chapel), cover'd with a Stone-Roof, and enclos'd within a Wall, with Benches to sit upon round the Well. Some old simple People go still to visit this Saint at some particular Times, especially upon St. Nun's Day (March 2nd) which they kept holy, and offer Pins, Pebbles, Ec at this well"
(Survey of St. David's by Browne Willis, London 1717)
Near the Chapel ruins is the Holy Well of St Non which tradition says sprang up at the birth of St David.
It is regarded as one of the most sacred wells in Wales.
The water is considered to having healing and miraculous powers. Even after the Reformation the well continued to be frequented by the faithful.
It was fully restored and rededicated by the Passionist Fathers in 1951. At the same time a small shrine dedicated to the Virgin Mary was placed opposite the well