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Sunday 19 November 2017

In Pictures: Fake News, Irish heritage and farming at Bloom 2017 launch

Kathy Armstrong

Pictured at the launch in the Botanic Gardens Glasnevin were Gary Graham, Bord Bia's Bloom Show Manager with Lauren Keane (5) and Sophie Bracken (4)
Pictured at the launch in the Botanic Gardens Glasnevin were Gary Graham, Bord Bia's Bloom Show Manager with Lauren Keane (5) and Sophie Bracken (4)
Sophie Bracken (4) from Lusk and Lauren Keane (5) from Leopardstown
Pictured at the Bloom 2017 launch in the Botanic Gardens Glasnevin, was Sophie Bracken (4)
Gary Graham, Bord Bia's Bloom Show Manager, with Sophie Bracken (4) and Lauren Keane (5)
According to Bord Bia, key themes for this year’s showgardens include “fake news”, dog friendly gardens and Ireland’s farming and food production heritage
Sophie Bracken (4) and Lauren Keane (5)
Bloom 2017 takes place in the Phoenix Park, Dublin from Thursday June 1 – Monday June 5
Tickets are on sale now on www.bloominthepark.com and children go free

Fake news, Irish heritage and farming are among the key themes for Bloom 2017. The annual gardening extravaganza was officially launched today by Bord Bia at Dublin's Botanic Gardens. The family friendly initiative will run at Phoenix Park between June 1 and 5, for more information seewww.bloominthepark.com.

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