- St Mochua’s well is located on Fergot Road about half a mile south of Derrynoose Church.
- Today, it is frequently visited by those with devotion to St Mochua, to bathe in the waters in hope of a cure.
- St Mochua is said to be powerful in the cure of eye complaints.
- Pilgrims arrive on three successive evenings after sunset, bathe in the waters and make devotion to the Saint.
- It is customary to leave some article at the well, generally the piece of cloth used in bathing.
- The venue is situated outside the centre of the town.
- This venue is situated in Keady.
- There is not a bus stop within 150m (164yds) of the venue.
- The nearest mainline station is Portadown.
- The venue does not have its own car park.
Outside Access (Main Entrance)
- This information is for the entrance located to the front of the venue.
- There is not level access into the venue.
- The main doors open towards you (pull).
- The doors are single width.
- The doors are heavy.
- The door opening is 82cm (2ft 8in) wide.
Level Change (Main Entrance)
- There is a ramp or slope to access this service.
- The ramp or slope is located in front of the entrance.
- The ramp or slope is easy.
- The ramp or slope is permanent.
- There is not level access to the service.
- There is a level platform in front of the well.
Level Change (Well)
- There are steps to access this area / service.
- The steps are located to the left and right of the well.
- There is / are 3 step(s) to the area / service.
- The steps are not clearly marked.
- The steps are medium.
- The steps do have handrails.
- The handrails are on the right going up.
- There are also 2 medium steps leading into the well.
- There are not accessible toilets within this venue designated for public use.
Availability and Location of Standard Toilets
- Standard toilets are not available.