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Friday 20th - Sunday 22nd March | Alexandra Palace
The Edible Garden Show
Families growing together is at the heart of The Edible Garden Show at Alexandra Palace from March 20-22

CBeebies’ popular, green-fingered Mr Bloom from Mr Bloom’s Nursery will be bringing all the fun of his fertile allotment to the show – the UK’s only national event dedicated to growing your own. 
The happy-go-lucky singing gardener who is played by Ben Faulks, will be popping into the Experts Theatre on Saturday, March 21 to inspire the ‘tiddlers’ with his high-energy show
The live action will feature a host of games and catchy songs to get the children inspired by gardening and nature. 
 
Ben is looking forward to his appearance as it’s a great opportunity for Mr Bloom to directly engage with the audience at home. The CBeebies’ show sees small groups of children visiting his allotment, feeding his wondrous homemade ‘Compostarium’ compost bin and interacting with the Veggies.
 
He said: “I believe it’s really important to provide accessible events for the younger audience to engage with nature, so that they can learn about all the benefits of horticulture from the ground up, so to speak. They’re naturally drawn to the garden, and let’s face it, it’s an amazing place where all manner of treasures and treats grow. So let’s get them inspired and actively support their development in this area.”
 
Show Director Geraldine Reeve is delighted that Mr Bloom will be part of the 2015 show. She said: “Since Mr Bloom’s Nursery started in 2011, Ben Faulks and his character Mr Bloom have been credited with turning a generation of kids into young gardeners, so it’s fantastic that he will be joining our incredible line-up who will be inspiring and enthusing our visitors to start digging for their dinner plate.
 
“In addition to providing expert advice and new ideas to both novices and seasoned growers it is imperative that we start at the grass roots providing interactive content for our younger visitors so they can find out about growing your own fruit and vegetables in a fun way.”

*Photos from Google Images 

http://www.theediblegardenshow.co.uk/book-tickets
Friday 20th - Sunday 22nd March | Alexandra Palace
The Edible Garden Show
Families growing together is at the heart of The Edible Garden Show at Alexandra Palace from March 20-22

CBeebies’ popular, green-fingered Mr Bloom from Mr Bloom’s Nursery will be bringing all the fun of his fertile allotment to the show – the UK’s only national event dedicated to growing your own. 
The happy-go-lucky singing gardener who is played by Ben Faulks, will be popping into the Experts Theatre on Saturday, March 21 to inspire the ‘tiddlers’ with his high-energy show
The live action will feature a host of games and catchy songs to get the children inspired by gardening and nature. 
 
Ben is looking forward to his appearance as it’s a great opportunity for Mr Bloom to directly engage with the audience at home. The CBeebies’ show sees small groups of children visiting his allotment, feeding his wondrous homemade ‘Compostarium’ compost bin and interacting with the Veggies.
 
He said: “I believe it’s really important to provide accessible events for the younger audience to engage with nature, so that they can learn about all the benefits of horticulture from the ground up, so to speak. They’re naturally drawn to the garden, and let’s face it, it’s an amazing place where all manner of treasures and treats grow. So let’s get them inspired and actively support their development in this area.”
 
Show Director Geraldine Reeve is delighted that Mr Bloom will be part of the 2015 show. She said: “Since Mr Bloom’s Nursery started in 2011, Ben Faulks and his character Mr Bloom have been credited with turning a generation of kids into young gardeners, so it’s fantastic that he will be joining our incredible line-up who will be inspiring and enthusing our visitors to start digging for their dinner plate.
 
“In addition to providing expert advice and new ideas to both novices and seasoned growers it is imperative that we start at the grass roots providing interactive content for our younger visitors so they can find out about growing your own fruit and vegetables in a fun way.”

*Photos from Google Images 

http://www.theediblegardenshow.co.uk/book-tickets