Help your little grower plant their first strawberry plant this Easter!

Keelings is inviting children as their guests to plant their own first Irish strawberry this Easter Sunday & Monday to support ISPCC

This Easter Sunday and Monday, Keelings is inviting children to attend Airfield Estate as their guests to plant their first Irish strawberry plant, in support of ISPCC Childline.

Keelings is a 100% Irish-owned family business, focused on growing, sourcing, shipping marketing, selling, distributing and supplying first in class produce.

Little growers can make their way to the Green Barn on the Airfield Estate where they can get their faces painted, watching a magician and planting their very own strawberry plants. Meanwhile the grown-ups can enjoy berry delicious refreshments at the pop-up coffee shop!

Keelings CEO, David Keeling said ‘Childline is an invaluable service that helps children by answering over 1,000 calls every day as well as responding to a huge amount of texts and online contacts’ and that ‘If Childline didn’t exist, many thousands of children living in this country would not have had a listening ear, and that is something we at Keelings feel we have to support.’


Brian O’Driscoll pictured above celebrated Keelings’ first Irish strawberries of the season in support of ISPCC Childline at Airfield Estate, Dundrum, Dublin 14.

See how you can involve your own little growers and take part this Easter Sunday & Monday at Airfield Estate, Dundrum, Dublin 14.