The Well is fed by a spring and provided the everyday water supply for the Village of Eastleach, since its installation in 1874.
The Well was capped off in the late 1990’s and gradually disapeared from view due to the overgrowth from shrubs, brambles and overhanging hedges.
The well was cleared and restored by the Parish Council in 2019 – read more here.
The well is A Grade II Listed Building in Eastleach Martin, Gloucestershire
EASTLEACH EASTLEACH TURVILLE
Well head approximately 40m south west of Keble’s Bridge
Well head. Dated 1884. Erected by T.S. Bazley. Limestone.
Consists of solid stone with gable above each face, north and south sides having Bazley monogram and ’84’.
Rectangular niche on west side with water outlet and iron grille to drain.
Octagonal pyramidal top stone with iron rod for missing finial. ( Finial replaced in 2019 )
Well said to have been drilled by Dutch engineers.
Listing NGR: SP2007905187