By Sam and Dominique - 13th February 2012 7:06am
Over the years there have been many different opinions on the origins of Valentine’s Day which is, of course, tomorrow.
Popular belief is that Valentine was a Christian priest executed by Emperor Claudius II for performing clandestine marriages at a time when marriages and engagements were banned!
Whatever the origins, we will be celebrating this special day in the only way we know how - with flowers.
So if you want to spread a little love this Valentine’s Day then we have just the answer.
Just pop in or call us on 01270 812434
Flower Divas, 16 The Square Audlem.
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