Could your picnic be the best in NI?

Could your picnic be the best in NI? It's National Picnic Week 13th-19th June and the hunt is on for Northern Ireland's ultimate picnic! To celebrate National Picnic Week and the Year of Food and Drink, Irwin's Bakery, alongside Tourism NI, is calling on the public to nominate Northern Ireland's best picnic by sharing a photo on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram using the hashtag #irwinsbestpicnic. Four finalists will be chosen and the public will have the chance to vote for the winner. For more details and the full terms and conditions, visit www.irwinsbakery.com/competition. Pictured enjoying a picnic at the 'Big Fish' in Belfast City Centre is brother and sister Conall (age 6) and Clodagh Wilson (age 8).

It’s National Picnic Week 13th-19th June and the hunt is on for Northern Ireland’s ultimate picnic!

To celebrate National Picnic Week and the Year of Food and Drink, Irwin’s Bakery, alongside Tourism NI, is calling on the public to nominate Northern Ireland’s best picnic by sharing a photo on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram using the hashtag #irwinsbestpicnic.

Four finalists will be chosen and the public will have the chance to vote for the winner. For more details and the full terms and conditions, visitwww.irwinsbakery.com/competition.

Pictured enjoying a picnic at the ‘Big Fish’ in Belfast City Centre is brother and sister Conall (age 6) and Clodagh Wilson (age 8).

Could your picnic be the best in NI? It's National Picnic Week 13th-19th June and the hunt is on for Northern Ireland's ultimate picnic! To celebrate National Picnic Week and the Year of Food and Drink, Irwin's Bakery, alongside Tourism NI, is calling on the public to nominate Northern Ireland's best picnic by sharing a photo on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram using the hashtag #irwinsbestpicnic. Four finalists will be chosen and the public will have the chance to vote for the winner. For more details and the full terms and conditions, visit www.irwinsbakery.com/competition. Pictured enjoying a picnic at the 'Big Fish' in Belfast City Centre is brother and sister Conall (age 6) and Clodagh Wilson (age 8).

Pictured enjoying a picnic at the ‘Big Fish’ in Belfast City Centre is brother and sister Conall (age 6) and Clodagh Wilson (age 8).

 

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