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The Flower Divas on their shop's opening day, 10th September

Mothering Sunday is tomorrow, 18th March, and here at the Flower Divas we have everything you need to make any Mothers' Day memorable including Bouquets and Arrangements for this special day.

We will be operating a delivery service on Mothering Sunday in the village and immediate area for a nominal delivery charge. We are open until 4.00pm today.

Regardless of your budget or pocket money, we will have floral and plant gifts to suit.

Can't decide on what to buy? Then a Gift Voucher from the Flowers Divas makes an ideal choice, as they can be used against the purchase of not only fresh flowers and plants but Giftware and Flower school courses.

Call us on 01270 812434 or pop in to place your order.

#Opening Hours


  • Monday: 9.00am — 3.00 pm

  • Tuesday: 9.00am — 3.00 pm

  • Wednesday: 9.00am — 1.00pm

  • Thursday: 9.00am — 5.00pm

  • Friday: 9.00am — 5.00pm

  • Saturday: 8.00am — 4.00pm today (normally 1.00pm) 


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