Frome: King’s Spring, England

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Posted: March 4, 2015

Category: England, View All

Church St. Frome
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Central to Frome’s budding healing vibrations is the Leat that runs down to the market cross. Located at the top of Cheap St. is the Spring that flows from St. John the baptists church. Located at the crux of Church St. and King St. the Alcove is a powerful sight to behold and represents the wellbeing of our beloved spaceship Earth surrounded by unity.

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  1. Frank says:

    very good, Somerset water at it’s best…FFree

  2. Jon Barron says:

    I tested the Kings Spring with a well water testing kit from WaterSafe it tested positive for Bacteria so unfortunately I won’t be drinking it. It has a sign saying not to drink the water I guess this is why.

  3. Fiona Madhuri says:

    Spoke to a local today who says he drinks the water with no ill effect

    the sign that says “not fit for drinking”
    has been changed by locals to say” ___fit for ____kings”

    He also said his friend got it tested and it came back fine. I tasted the water, it takes great. I plan to test it when I have a chance, just traveling through right now.

    • Fiona Madhuri says:

      I also found out there are plans to repair the taps in the market cross and water will be able to be gathered there, although bad news they will be treating the water coming through the taps, I hope to find out more

  4. Fiona Madhuri says:

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