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Important Customer Announcement

The Flower Divas will be closed for one week from Monday 6th August 2012.  We are taking the time to make some alterations and improvements to what will be our new school / training room.

During the week we are also involved in Oxley's Bereavement training programme.

This is a comprehensive training programme for Student nurses from Chester University, explaining the roles of different groups of people in the bereavement process including Hospitals & Care Homes, Pathologists, Registrars and Funeral directors.

We have been asked to take part in explaining the significance and history behind funeral flowers and floral tributes, as well as our role in helping families convey their emotions and love through floral designs.

So, although the shop will be closed, we are about in the village and will still be contactable by phone on the shop number 01270 812434 or by email on:
theflowerdivas@hotmail.co.uk

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and thank all our customers for their co-operation.

Many Thanks

Sam and Dominique

 

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