St. Brigid's Cross: Associated with Brigid of Kildare, who is venerated as one of the patron saints of Ireland. It was traditionally believed that a Brigid's Cross protects the house from fire and evil
St. Brigid's Cross Legend says this cross was woven by the patron saint of Ireland to explain the Passion. Its heritage extends to the Neolithic Age when it symbolized the four seasons. It is now hung over Irish doorways to protect home and hearth. It is also related to the symbol of the "turning wheel" which symbolized the movement of the sun and is a design seen on Celtic crosses.
St. Brigid's Well - It is located close to the Black Abbey near the site of the millrace, which was used by St. Brigid. This well is a site for religious devotion particularly on St. Brigid’s annual feast day of February 1st.