LIMERICK
GARDEN FESTIVAL
Sunday, 17th June 2018
Limerick Milk Market
Sunday, 17th June 2018
Limerick Milk Market
LIMERICK
GARDEN FESTIVAL
LIMERICK
GARDEN FESTIVAL
Sunday, 17th June 2018
Limerick Milk Market
LIMERICK
GARDEN FESTIVAL
Sunday, 17th June 2018
Limerick Milk Market
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Limerick Garden Festival @ Milk Market Limerick,  Mungret Street, Limerick City
GARDENS & GARDEN CHALLENGE
at Limerick Garden Festival
Limerick Garden Festival will see Gardens popping out of the concrete in
the city. The festival will see the Milk Market transformed into a large plant,
garden & food fair with some inspiring gardening displays dotted throughout.
The garden displays will be built by both local community groups as well as by
some of our local traders including D&M Garden Centre and White Dove
Nurseries. Enjoy the greening and blooming of the Milk Market on the 17th
June whilst relaxing with good food or at one our fantastic garden talks.













POP-UP GARDEN COMMUNITY CHALLENGE
OPEN to all GROUPS, including Charities, Community Gardens, Tidy Towns Groups,
Youth groups, School groups/classes, Horticultural Student Groups schools,
Householders/Families, Business, Age action groups, etc.

The group will create a garden based on their interpretation of the theme ‘Upcycled
Urban Garden’ to be displayed at Limerick Garden Festival at Limerick Milk Market on
17 th  June 2018. 

FIRST PRIZE: €400,
APPLICATIONS please by 30th March 2018

POSTER, Q&A,
APPLICATION FORM
“The new Pop-Up Garden Community Challenge at the inaugural Limerick Garden Festival is an inspiring and inclusive idea.  The strong environmental theme “Upcycled Urban Garden" allows for many diverse and creative entries incorporating ideas such as waste prevention, vertical gardening, enhancing biodiversity as well as re-use & recycling.” Ms. McDonnell added "Raising awareness about these topics is important.  The Environment Section of Limerick City and County Council is delighted to support this new competition and I would urge community groups and charities to make use of this new opportunity by entering the competition.”
Sinead McDonnell, Environmental Awareness Officer with Limerick City & County council commented: