Andy Moloney, Chairman of Cahir Tidy Towns has welcomed the funding form the Local Agenda 21 programme to provide a Tree Trail in Cahir. Cahir Park Pre-School who has a strong relationship with Cahir Tidy Towns since its opening have worked on numerous projects from Dog Poop Dispensers to Vegetable plots have once again teamed up to create a very welcome Tree Trail.
Andy says that this trail will be both of educational and recreational benefit to the pre school but will also be designed to incorporate visiting schools and members of the public. it will start inside the gates of Cahir Park FC and run down the back of the soccer grounds to the Coronation walk. It will then continue down the steps of the Memorial Garden(which is now been maintained by the Brothers of Charity Cloughbreeda)and then around the Inch Field where it finishes at the slip at the exit.
The Local Agenda 21 funding will allow for directional signage and nameplates and will be of added benefit to the town.
Many School Tours come to Cahir every year and enjoy their picnic in the Inch as well as a visit to Cahir Castle or Swiss Cottage but can also do the trail now and a map will be available at the Pre-School also. it is hoped that this will be complete in time for this years entry to the National Competition.He would like to thanks Linda O Sullivan for her dedication and time to the project.