St. Levan's Church, St Levan, Cornwall. A medieval church heavily rebuilt in the 12th century + extended in the 15th century. St Levan (properly Selevan, a Celtic form of Solomon) according to the Life of St Kybi was a Cornishman + the father of Kybi. On the cliff at St Levan is St Levan's Well + below it the probable remains of his chapel, described by William Borlase in his Antiquities. The tower contains three bells dating from 1641, 1754 and 1881.