Last year Dyfed Archaeology Trust carried out an exploratory excavation and discovered several human skeletons.
The trust's report stated: "Stone foundations discovered during the excavation are probably part of the chapel. Some of the burials were just a few centimetres below the ground surface, but, unusually for West Wales, bone preservation was very good.
"No artefacts were found. However, four radiocarbon dates indicate use of the cemetery between the 12th and 15th centuries AD."
Monday, August 04, 2008
OLD BONES MAY RATTLE DEVELOPER