St. Catherine’s Well, Salsburgh, North Lanarkshire 5/5 (1)


Posted: July 13, 2014

Category: Europe, Scotland, View All

Hirst Road, B7066 (Kirk O' Shott's)
Salsburgh, North Lanarkshire
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St. Catherine’s Well or “Kate’s Well” is a historical natural spring well of significant interest and sits on holy ground at the foot of Kirk O’ Shott’s Parish Church[1] otherwise known as (Shottskirk)[2] in the village of Salsburgh,[3] North Lanarkshire. The well dates back to the 14th century and derives from the Churches former past when it was once a Catholic place of worship as St. Catherines Chapel which has origins from Catherine of Sienna.

  1. Thomas Randell says:

    Has this spring water actually been tested recently to prove it is ok to drink ?

  2. Mr Charles McGill says:

    position of well is not correct.

    The well is approx 1.6Km east of position shown on map…

  3. Debbie says:

    Hi Thomas has anyone got back to you regarding the water quality of this well being checked or have you contacted Scottish Water to check if this well is safe to drink thank you

  4. Brian hughes says:

    I’ve drunk it and I’m ok apparently people have been drinking it got 800 years

  5. Rick Kaya says:

    The well is totally safe I have been drinking the water for more than 20 years wouldn’t touch the stuff that comes from our taps not only is the water damaged (dead water) they also add pollutants and now detergents to make your boiler last longer I drive over 50 miles round trip every week to go to this well water of life right enough 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🕉️🏴‍☠️🤠🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

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