On Sunday 7th June 2015, two information signs were unveiled in Coppeen. Coppeen Waymarked Walks were started in 2005 and today, these four themed walking routes are getting ever more popular. The Fuchsia, The Fern, The Heather and the Gorse are all relatively easy quiet walks, offering beautiful unspoilt scenery. A map to guide visiting walkers is now on display. Beside this is another larger sign, outlining the many archaeological and historical attractions in the area, the “Coppeen Heritage Trail” Pictured here is a group who assembled on June 7th to perform a Summer Launch of these visitor attractions. CAHCS Chairman Colum Cronin welcomed everybody, and thanked local artist Annette Crowley/Millard for her valued input. Colum stated “God and Mother Nature has provided us with some wonderful natural resources. Now, we invite others to come and enjoy these as we do” The Barrett and Bourke families were thanked for their ongoing help to CAHCS. Then, Therese Bourke officially unveiled the signage and complimented CAHCS for their valuable work. Shane Cronin was thanked for his untiring
work for CAHCS, including the design and printing of these information signs. Members of a local walking group joined to recognise the importance of these amenities.