Constantine Bay on the North Cornish coast is named after the Saint who had his prayer oratory and well here. The well still exists housed in a stone canopy and the ruins of a medieval church can also be found on the site, albeit hidden amongst the greens of a golf course. The whole area epitomises living 'on the edge of the world' where the monks felt it easier to commune with God as it was a 'thin place'. This certainly feels the same today in this place.

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