Rediscovery & current progress
The spring had remained unnoticed and buried for over a century, with no reports of it since the 1840’s, until it’s history and benefits were brought to the attention of the current landowner.
On hearing of the spring’s unique history and benefits, the landowner began uncovering the spring – the original timbers from the spring (that was constructed in 1840), have been re-discovered and in providing access to the mineral rich water these have been utilised in the construction of the water chamber so as to protect the water from contaminants.
Whilst clearing the spring and making safe the surrounding area It was discovered that the natural rocks from which the waters emerge, formed the shape of an Angel and from that discovery; the name of our drink “Angel of Mawdesley” was selected
The landowner who has strong spiritual beliefs was astonished that the Angel rock formation was similar to that of his Angel necklace purchased some years ago – this was a sign that he would be the perfect custodian for the Angel rock formation at the heart of the spring.
The current landowner of the spring now wishes to share this water with the general public as Angel of Mawdesley ‘Revive’.
The landowner firmly believes that the benefits of Angel of Mawdesley ‘Revive’ revitalising drink are clear if you choose to believe.