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Things our Customers Say
Jake Easterbrook
5/5

March 2020

Ordered a bunch of flowers for my Fiancèe today, 6 Lost Kisses, and it arrived perfectly and ever so quickly to her. The flowers that I ordered were better than the picture on the website! They are truly amazing and worth every single penny!. I would highly recommend this Florist if you are looking to treat someone. Perfect thanks!
Jan Hildrow
5/5

August 27, 2020

Just a short email to let you know my relative was overwhelmed with the flowers. She said they were the best ever she had ever received. Many thanks.
CHRISTINE MILLS
5/5

January 2020

Thank you for the beautiful wreath you made for me for my friends funeral. Well worth every penny. Thank you again
Gail Minty
5/5

August 2019

I had a bouquet delivered from the Flower Shop this morning and it was absolutely gorgeous and presented beautifully. Highly recommended.

Stoke-On-Trent florists

Stoke-on-Trent (often abbreviated to Stoke) is a city and unitary authority area in Staffordshire, England. In 2016, Stoke-on-Trent was ranked the second best city to start a business by Quality Formations, based on a number of factors including commercial property, energy, virtual offices, public transport and financial access. Stoke-on-Trent is the official world capital of pottery and thereu2019s no better way to experience the cityu2019s finest ceramic pieces than at the Gladstone Pottery Museum.n
Situated in an old Victorian pottery factory, the museumu2019s exhibits showcase how pottery and china tableware was made in the former Gladstone China Works during Stoke-on-Trentu2019s time at the centre of the global pottery industry. While at the museum, you can watch pottery making demonstrations and try to throw a pot on a wheel during a pottery class.
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