Further along the road is a small over grown graveyard. Leckpatrick means stone of Patrick and the site is associated with the saint. A church has reputedly been located here from the 5Ih century but the first written reference to it is in the 14th. The building was transferred to the Church of Ireland in the Ulster Plantation of the early Seventeenth Century and remained in use until it was replaced in the early Nineteenth century, It was subsequently demolished. However ,the line of the side walls of the building can still be made out. Today the graveyard is full of atmosphere.