One of the many holy wells scattered across Europe, Winifred's Well (or St. Winifride's Well) has been visited by the faithful for over a thousand years after it was created by a martyr's lopped off head.
As the story goes, Winifred, daughter of a wealthy Wales citizen and sister of fellow Saint Beuno, was being romantically pursued by a man named Caradog. Winifred was not interested in the man's advances and when she finally refused to lay with him, Caradog lopped the young woman's head off.
When she was just 15, Winifred Selby noticed a major problem in her home country. She knew Ghana was rich in resources and manpower, but every product she came across seemed to be created outside of Africa.