At the west end of St Comghan's church there is a square structure built of stone - arrowed - which extends out from the gable wall. It has an entrance and its wall stands about a metre high. It could be a family 'lair', a bit like the one in the centre foreground, but it lacks any sign of a memorial stones, be they headstones or slabs.
It has been suggested that it might have been a place where coffins were placed before the funeral service - even that coffins did not enter the church at all.
Does anyone know what the structure is. In particular, if it wasn't a lair, and had a specific use, would it have had a roof?