The search for Solus Brightest at Bloom
Bloom | Phoenix Park, Dublin | June 1st – June 5th
It could be a megawatt smile or a radiant glow, a brilliant hat or style down pat, dazzling designer or bargain chic, a child’s delight or love at first sight or maybe even just a sunny disposition!
Zane Blount Ronan (6) and Millie Ryan (4) launched the search for Solus Brightest at Bloom today with megawatt smiles and a floral flourish. Solus Brightest at Bloom is a nod to Ladies Day but is all-inclusive. It is open to ladies, gentlemen, children, people of all abilities and sunny dispositions young … and not so young! It is not just about fashion but more about luminosity, brightness and light. The final will be held at Bloom on Sunday June 4th at 2pm when the yellow carpet is rolled out at Enable Ireland’s No Limits Garden in association with Solus light bulbs.
Solus are inviting people to simply take a bright selfie and upload it to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram using #SolusBrightestatBloom and tag Solus. Finalists will be invited to attend Bloom on Sunday June 4th to the ‘yellow carpet’ where a winner will be chosen at Enable Ireland’s No Limits Garden in association with Solus light bulbs.
Solus are offering a prize for the Brightest at Bloom of a helicopter ride over the beautiful Coley Peninsula followed by a VIP lunch for the winner. All finalists will receive a hamper of goodies from Solus and beautiful gifts from the Enable Ireland Garden & Gift Store on Sandymount Avenue.
Enable Ireland’s No Limits Garden in association with Solus light bulbs was designed by award winning designer Joan Mallon and is inspired by children using Enable Ireland’s disability services. The ‘No Limits’ garden represents both the challenges that people with disabilities face but also the reality that with creativity, determination and support, you can Live Life with No Limits. The garden features an eye-catchingly colourful six-meter-high Helter Skelter as its centre piece.
Bord Bia’s Bloom event takes place in the Phoenix Park, Dublin from Thursday 1st June – Monday 5th June. Bord Bia’s annual showcase of the best of Ireland’s horticulture and food industry will once again feature a range of impressive show gardens, food features and family entertainment. www.bloominthepark.com
Solus is an Irish owned company that has been established for over eighty years and now supports 63 jobs in Ireland. Solus is committed to providing a complete range of energy saving lighting products for all applications possible and are proud to be voted
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Zane Blount Ronan (6) and Millie Ryan (4) launched the search for Solus Brightest at Bloom today with megawatt smiles and a floral flourish. The final will be held at Bloom on Sunday June 4th at 2pm when the yellow carpet is rolled out at Enable Ireland’s No Limits Garden in association with Solus light bulbs. Brightest at Bloom is open to ladies, gentlemen, children, people of all abilities and sunny dispositions young … and not so young! It is not just about fashion but more about luminosity, brightness and light.
About Enable Ireland
Founded in 1948, Enable Ireland provides services to over 5,200 children and adults with disabilities from 40 locations in 14 counties. Our services for children and their families cover all aspects of a child's physical, educational, and social development from early infancy through adolescence. We offer a range of services to adults with disabilities which include day care training, personal development, supported and independent living, and social and leisure activities.
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Enable Ireland Garden & Gift Store, Sandymount Avenue, Dublin 4
The Enable Ireland Garden Centre was set up in 1990 to provide horticultural training for adults with a physical disability and very soon progressed into a fully functional garden centre open to the public. Since then we have added a gift store with fabulous gifts for every occasion including Danu pottery, jewellery, Irish craft gifts, Aine chocolates, Foxford rugs and much more. While providing employment and training for Enable Ireland services users, the store also stocks a wide variety of shrubs, trees, herbs, climbers, terracotta pot, containers, compost, tools, and everything you might need for your garden.