A Real IRA car bomb in Omagh on August 15 1998 killed 31 people, including unborn twins. Under the guidance of artist Carole Kane, children in the town transformed the floral tributes to the dead into paper and art work. On this blog, Carole, assisted by Malachi O'Doherty, hears the stories of Omagh people touched by the bomb.
Patsy and Michael Gallagher share their thoughts about the memorial garden in Omagh.
Frank Sweeney was the Arts and Culture Officer for the council when the memorial garden was commissioned. He also commissioned Petals of Hope.