This small ruined church in its graveyard was the medieval parish church, probably abandoned in the 17th century. The ruin is simple and difficult to date but may be 13th century. A wooden cross inside is a replica of an ancient timber termon cross, formerly north of the church, marking the boundary of church lands. Nearby on the shore to the east is a famous holy well, traditionally associated with St Colman and a focus for pilgrims, especially in May and June.
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