Celtic and Old English Saints          23 July

* St. Conan of Cornwall

St. Conan
The church at Washaway (Cornwall) is dedicated to St. Conan, an obscure
saint thought to have been a companion of St. Petroc (4 June.) It is in
this Egloshayle (the church by the estuary), at the place where Conan
probably landed, that his feast is celebrated.

"The Celtic Year" -Shirley Toulson

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