The plaques, displayed at the site of the Well, in Mathern, South Wales, detail the history of King Tewdric, whose wounds were washed in the Well after a battle near Tintern about 470 A.D., against the Saxons.
Martin Watts said: “We wanted to provide this as a gift to the Community Council. The people of Mathern take a great pride in the upkeep of their village and the Well is steeped in fascinating ancient history.”
Mathern Community Council’s Chairperson Cllr. Ovenden commented: “On behalf of Mathern Community Council we would like to extend our sincere thanks to Ian Watts & Son for doing this for us. The plaques have been beautifully restored. The Well is a significant historic landmark near to St. Tewdric’s Church.”