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Mabena (also known as Mabon or Mabyn) was a late 5th and early 6th century saint, traditionally from Wales and Cornwall.

According to the medieval 'Life of Saint Nectan', Mabena was one of the twenty-four children of Saint Brychan, a Welsh holy man and king of Brycheiniog. Like so many of her siblings, she travelled to Cornwall and settled at what has developed as the village named after her, St Mabyn. Both the parish church and the local public house are dedicated to her memory. Her feast day is 18 November.


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