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St Patrick’s Chair and Well

22 Altadaven Road, Augher, County Tyrone, BT77 0HS
A couple standing in the forest at St.Patricks Chair

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Also known as the Druids Chair and Well or St. Brigid’s Well, this large 2m sandstone ‘chair’, shaped like a throne is believed to have healing properties and local folklore says that if you sit and make a wish within days it will come true!

The well which is said to never run dry is another rock. It has a depression in it filled with natural water. According to folklore the water in such depressions or bullauns has healing powers.

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