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This carved wooden sundial, standing in a field at the edge of the village of Trellech, is a replica of a stone sundial, erected in 1689 by Lady Magdalen Probert, which depicts three of the village's monuments: the remains of an early motte and bailey castle known as Tump Terret; the three standing stones known as Harold's Stones; and the Virtuous Well, famed for its healing power. The original sundial is to be found inside St Nichlas's, the village church, where it was moved for safekeeping.

Replica of the Trellech Sundial
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