A small cilleen (burial ground for unbaptised children) in a field amongst pasture. The graves themselves are in a little wooded area and enclosed in their own special place amongst the trees. But so many little markers, all crammed together. A cross adorned with a crucifix reminds you of the solemnness and sadness of the the place.
From St James' church follow the small road passed St James National School. About 100m on this road there is a bend to the left with a gate, and a pull in spot.The cilleen is through another gate and in the field ahead amongst the trees. A large tree with a dramatic split down the trunk marks the way in. A poignant and quiet place, all the little graves clustered together, mossy and forgotten - in some places the headstones in neat rows, in others stones mark a discernible burial plot. None have names and ivy and moss are slowly claiming them.