St Constantine gave his name to Constantine Bay in Cornwall, a beautiful, wide windswept beach where the surf rolls in and you feel on the edge of the world. His well still exists although you need to search for it amongst the greens of a golf course which covers the land leading up to the bay.  It is housed with a roof and the water runs crystal clear. Originally it would have been much nearer to the sea but over time the sand has encroached and it is now a way inland. The remains of an ancient church associated with Constantine is also nearby but virtually inaccessible due to undergrowth. There's still however, a beautiful presence of God at the well and it's worth lingering here to pray.

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