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I really appreciate it that people can fill their water bottles for free and the amount of plastic that this saves. It’s cool that this is a historic landmark that is still working.
The warmth of the water was off putting and I didn’t manage...More
A lovely well which always runs with the 'living waters' from the spring. It is free to fill your own bottles with water. The water is slightly warm when it first comes out, and has a very slightly different taste to the Buxton water bought...More
Presented to the town in 1940, St Ann's Well is situated at the bottom of the Slopes, opposite the Crescent next to the Pump Room in Buxton. It provides a constant stream of spring water from the ground below at a temperature of 28 degrees...More
This well is easily overlooked if you are not careful. We passed it early and so there wasn't the expected queues for water. The water tasted so nice and was really refreshing. Also the well is well maintained and clean.
all the locals come here for free water. Buxton water in my opinion is one of the best bottled waters around but Nestle charge to much for it so to get it free is even better. And it is a nice looking well as well.
St Ann's Well is dressed for Emily Bronte this year with a representation of Cathy from Wuthering Heights. It looks absolutely wonderful! All credit to the creativity of whoever produced it. Thank you.
A gorgeous part of the country - a drivers dream - Buxton town is beautiful, a coffee/café lovers paradise.
Also plenty of quaint shops and charity shops.
The fountain is unique too, and you can drink the water.