TULLY CHURCH AND CROSSES LOCATED IN LAUGHANSTOWN
Tully church and crosses situated in Laughanstown are associated with with St Bridget who died in 523 AD. There are two major crosses and the older of the two is located in a large field across from the old church and graveyard.
Access appears to be becoming more difficult with the passing of time. When I visited about two years ago there was a fairly obvious wooden stile but this time getting to the cross was more difficult and impossible if you are not wearing suitable footwear. As is often the case here in Ireland the land owner may be trying to discourage people from entering onto their property.
This cross was saved from destruction by James Grehan in the later part of the nineteenth century. The road next to the cross was being lowered and James Grehan had a small wall built and the cross placed upon it at it's original height.