Celtic Glory

Bodmin

Bodmin

Bodmin in Cornwall was a major centre of Celtic Christianity. Some say Bodmin means 'the town of the monks', and there was certainly a large monastic community, training up monks and sending them out on evangelistic missions. There are many ancient wells still within the town and Celtic crosses surrounding it, marking the routes Saints took as they travelled across Cornwall and on to the continent. The Saints Way still runs from the North coast of Cornwall across to the South coast and can be walked.

Cornwall and the Celtic Saints
CORNISH CELTIC SAINTS
The Saint's Way, cross Cornwall walking route