This bronze sculpture erected in 1994 depicts modern Tuam as a community looking outward into the world but embracing its history symbolised by Jarlath’s wheel in the centre. 

At the base are three motifs from the Town’s Coat of Arms – the Crown of Tuam’s 12th century High King’s, Christ’s Crown as on the High Cross of Tuam and the broken chariot wheel of St. Jarlath, founder of the town and diocese.


GPS: 53.514808, -8.851062