Big interest
in the Tain
bull sculpture

Tim Mullins Willie Duffy Fiona Cunningham and EdelO MAhony with the Bull
The new Tain bull sculpture in the tourist office in Dundalk has attracted a lot of interest from visitors this summer.

The new Tain bull sculpture in the tourist office in Dundalk has attracted a lot of interest from visitors this summer.

They came from far and near and many of the visitors from abroad had never heard of the Tain legend, the celtic odyssey.

Tim Mullins and Willie Duffy, chairman Dundalk Tidy Towns, did a lot to get the sculpture designed and set up in the tourism office and with the gold script on the glass front of The office and the Tain mural to the back, Failte Ireland and Dundalk Tidy Towns have managed to give this unique office a local character.

“The sculpture has definitely been a big attraction,” said Willie Duffy, “and has put the final touches to the whole Tain theme embraced by the tourist office staff.

Dundalk Tidy Towns are glad to have been associated with the whole project.”

Since it was opened at the Square, the Dundalk Community Tourist Office’s work in conjunction with Fáilte Ireland to provide a visitor information service throughout the Republic of Ireland.

The services include local and national information on attractions, activities and events.