We found Ahamlish Church by chance when out looking for another old house in the area and stopped in for a quick look. One side of the church is nearly completely covered in ivy and some of the roof slates have fallen off, soon no doubt to be followed by the rest of them. Outside at one end of the church there is a mixture of earth, rubbish and old plastic flowers that have been pushed up against a window for some reason, some of which has fallen through and lies on the floor.

There is a sign on one of the gate posts that reads 'Please register burial at Paddy Hoeys' (see picture 14). However, the graveyard seems fairly well occupied as it is and there is a mixture of old and new graves.

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