|The saint, in repose|
Withburga lived, died, and was buried. Fifty-five years later she was exhumed and found to be incorrupt (or rather, her mortal remains were incorrupt; she was with the Lord). An obvious sign of sainthood, the remains were placed in a chapel in Dereham and became a popular pilgrimage spot.
|The pillaged tomb|
There was nothing left for it in Dereham except prayer. Miraculously, a spring rose from the pillaged tomb and has never yet run dry. Pilgrims wishing to commune with Saint Withburga can chose to drink from her spring at Dereham, visit her bones at Ely, or spend an hour or so on the A10 and do both.
If you were expecting a St. Patrick page, you could go to last year's post on Joseph of Arimathea to review what I wrote about him. Jennie A's limerick in the comment section would make it worth it, if nothing else does.