The Inch Field Sculpture Trail was officially unveiled by Councillor Andy Moloney, Mayor of Clonmel Borough District on the 21st June 2017.
The trail is the brainchild of former Senior Executive Engineer with Clonmel Borough District, Paul Mulcahy and was created by Philip and Liz Quinn from Stonemad Scuplture Workshops with the support of Cahir Tidy Towns and Cahir Development Association, and financial support from the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine and the Commission for the Economic Development of Rural Areas (CEDRA).
The Inch Field is situated beside Cahir Castle is an area of outstanding natural beauty;
flanked by the River Suir, the back-drop of the castle and surrounded by
mature native trees. A few years ago some of these trees fell and others lost
large boughs during a severe winter storm. It was decided that these trees
should continue to live on in the Inch Field and many of them have been
carved to form a sculpture trail.