Well, Well, Well is made up of all the streets in Bristol that have the word ‘well’ in them. Each name provides a picture of its origin and the importance that was placed upon its function – Boilingwells Lane, Pennywell Lane, Stockwell Road, Cromwell Court. Bristol was known as a centre for taking the healing waters, so some of the wells reference that activity (a book in itself). Other wells were communal meeting places, for example the village pump, a base need for human and livestock alike; now we have the household tap. Yet evidence of the wells still exists in names and street furniture, which announce their presence and function [either working or not) by their solidity, pipe work, sculpture and water holding capacity. We are the water, the water is us.