The Many Faces of Greenfield Valley

Huntley, Dana
July 2010
British Heritage;Jul2010, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p46
The article discusses historic sites in North Wales in the Greenfield Valley Heritage Park. Emphasis is given to St. Winefride's Well and Shrine in Holywell, Wales as a pilgrimage site for its healing properties. Other topics include the ruins of Basingwerk Abbey, the Greenfield Valley Museum, and the ancient county of Flintshire.


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