Limerick Garden Festival @ Milk Market Limerick, Mungret Street, Limerick City
Our PARTNERS & SPONSORS
A new festival will only establish itself with strong partners both financial and the many other important supports including endorsing an event. We are grateful for all support and advice from the business and the garden community in making this festival a reality.
Limerick Garden Festival takes place at Milk Market, Limerick.
Located in the heart of Limerick City, the historical market was re-
developed and opened in June 2010 as an all-weather,
all year round market space, accommodating major markets.
Having a fantastic reputation for artisan food, this festival aims to
widen the circle and make gardening another string to its bow.
See Visitors Information for more details and location.
Limerick City & County Council are welcoming this festival and are
continuing their support of the event.
In addition, the Environment Section are a wonderful support and
resource to the festival.
Having hosted plenty of their own Garden events and
festivals, D&M Garden Centre in Croagh, Co Limerick
are welcoming Limerick City Garden Festival and wish the
organisers continued success.
D&M Garden Centre has been growing for the last 30 years
beginning as a vegetable supplier and expanding to the
Garden Centre it is today.
Busy Bee Garden Centre & Tea Rooms are hugely supportive of
the new Limerick Garden Festival. They are not only supporting the
festival planning with advice and as a stallholder but are also this
coming on board as a sponsor.
Busy Bee Garden Centre led by horticulturalist Philip Marie Moreau
are one of Ireland's longest established Garden Centres located
on the Ennis Road, Limerick.
Carmen Cronin is a successful events manager having founded and created Clare Garden Festival in 2012 with over 2500 visitors annually supported by Bloom/Bord Bia. She has vast experience in the management of trade fairs, conference and festivals including Ennis Food Festival. Her passion is in the horticultural sector having worked as part of Blarney in Bloom for 5 years and having organised workshops & community events for and with gardeners both regionally and nationally.
Limerick Post are an important support for Limerick Garden Festival as our
The Limerick Post weekly newspaper is distributed throughout Limerick City and
County in the region of Munster. It is considered Limerick’s most popular newspaper
with a circulation of over 50,000 copies per week and an estimated readership of
238,500. Read online at LimerickPost.ie.
We are hugely delighted to welcome on board Midwest RapeCrisis as our dedicated charity. The Centre was founded in 1980 as Limerick Rape Crisis Centre. Their vision is of a society where the rights of all adults and children to live a life free from all forms of sexual violence is upheld. They aim to raise awareness, not only for the support of victims, but for sexual consent and the prevention of abuse and violence. Rape Crisis Midwest is committed to providing equality of services and care to everyone, regardless of age, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity or religion. www.rapecrisis.ie