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Spooyt Vane Keeill (Cabbal Pherick or St Patrick's Chapel)

History

Early Christian Chapel Spooyt Vane Keeill (Cabbal Pherick or St Patrick's Chapel). Ruins of an early Christian Chapel 8th - 10th century with boundary wall of surrounding graveyard. Traces of a priest's cell remain against the southwest boundary. Simple cross slabs found. Now at Kirk Michael Parish Church.

Location

Located in Glen Mooar near Kirk Michael in the west part of the Island.
Map Ref: SC 308 888

By Vehicle:
From Douglas go along the Douglas to Peel Road (A1). At Peel take the A4 to Kirk Michael. The glen is just before Kirk Michael.

By Bus:
Take the 5, 5A, 5B or the 6, 6B to Kirk Michael from Douglas, Ramsey or Peel.

By Railway:
The west of the Island is not serviced by the railways.


Spooyt Vane Keeill (Cabbal Pherick or St Patrick's Chapel)

Spooyt Vane Keeill (Cabbal Pherick or St Patrick's Chapel)

Spooyt Vane Keeill (Cabbal Pherick or St Patrick's Chapel)

Spooyt Vane Keeill (Cabbal Pherick or St Patrick's Chapel)

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