Specsavers are delighted to announce their sponsorship of the 'Wonderful Awakening' garden at the Bloom In The Park 2015 Festival.

Dr. Suess inspired

Designed by Irish Landscape Architect, Karen Butler, the "Wonderful Awakening" garden takes inspiration from Dr. Seuss creating a breath-taking experience requiring visitors to make use of their senses with a view to demonstrate the magic and gift of the senses, subtly using water features, lighting, gravels, and many other hidden gems throughout the garden.

Specsavers ellipses

Look out for the Specsavers ellipses in the many ovals and arches that adorn the garden as well!

Specsavers optical and hearcare team

The Specsavers team will be on hand throughout the 5 day event to advise visitors on their optical and hearing health and to provide free hearing screenings in the Sound Check Ireland booth, located conveniently in the exhibitor's centre.

The importance of eye and ear health

Commenting on the show garden, Specsavers Ireland Chairperson Sinead Clohessy said,

“We are absolutely delighted to be a part of this year’s Bloom festival. Our garden is absolutely stunning and the contrasting elements playing on the senses really brings our Specsavers messages on the importance of eye and ear health to life. We also have our hearing and eye care teams on site so make sure to drop by the exhibition hall and have a chat with them about any problems you may be experiencing.”

Pictured at Specsavers "Wonderful Awakening" show garden at Bord Bia's Bloom Festival is model Olivia Treacy, just back from LA, and Lily Rose Keating (aged 3).

For more information and to purchase Bloom tickets

Watch Karen Butler discuss the inspiration behing the Specsavers 'Wonderful Awakenings' garden

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