The hill where St. Cairell had his cell is named after him in Gaelic, Cille Choirill, and is about 2km from Roy Bridge. It is very sacred to the people, and has a 15th century church in his honour and an ancient burial ground.
Mass is only held at Cille Choirill on a time to time basis and will be announced at Mass in St. Margaret's.
The church is normally locked but the keys can be found on the fencepost outside the house at the bottom of the road.
The burial ground is open at all times and it is possible to drive up, but wheelchair access is limited.
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