Cadw report: Sandstone structure in Gothic style with large bronze spout and red granite plaques set inside a blind chamfered arch with a dripstone and stringcourse. The arch is surmounted by a gable with roll-moulded coping, cruciform finial and buttresses; crest in quatrefoil in apex of gable. At the foot is a water trough with overflow.
Erected in memory of Rees Goring Thomas of Plas Llannon who died in 1887.
Red granite plaque inside arch with gilded lettering: "GIVE GOD THE PRAISE."
Red granite plaque below above also with gilded lettering: TO THE GLORY OF GOD / AND IN LOVING MEMORY OF / REES GORING THOMAS, M.A, J.P, AND D.L, / OF PLAS LLANON, THIS FOUNTAIN IS / ERECTED BY HIS FRIENDS IN FULFILMENT OF / HIS LAST WISH THAT THIS VILLAGE SHOULD / HAVE A PLENTIFUL SUPPLY OF WATER. 1889.
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