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Jane (Liverpool): theflowershops.co.uk made me feel confident to buy online because of its easy and user friendly online store. Online payment on the website is a breeze not to mention they can easily be reached on their contact numbers and email if ever I have some questions regarding my order. 24th May 2019

Jane

Amal (Durham): It is our first time to order and send flowers to Durham and we are very satisfied with the flower delivery service that they provided. It is really worth it. Highly recommended. Keep it up theflowershops.co.uk. 4th May 2019

Amal

Leia (Birmingham): I’d like to take this opportunity to thank theflowershops.co.uk for the professionally arranged flowers and for the assistance. Made my aunties day and she called to say how thrilled she was. 10 out
of 10. Definitely recommend. 1st May 2019

Leia

Susan (Southampton): I have been a customer of The Flower Shop for years, and they've always delivered fresh blooms, even if i order locally in Southampton or need the flowers delivered far away via courier. Lovely company, and lovely people. 13th May 2019

Susan

FLOWER DELIVERY SERVICES IN Oxford.

Oxford is a city in central southern England. Oxford has plenty of tourist attractions, including Carfax Tower, offering superb views over the city, and the historic Covered Market with its excellent shopping. For a truly unique vacation experience, some university colleges now offer accommodation options, including bed and breakfast. Harry Potter fans may be interested to learn that various Oxford landmarks appeared in the movies, including Christ Church College, where the dining room was closely copied for the Hogwarts Great Hall. And for something a little quirkier, check out the (in)famous Headington Shark, a shark sculpture stuck headfirst in the roof of a humble terraced house. Oxford’s splendid High Street is lined with numerous magnificent buildings and was described by American writer Nathaniel Hawthorne as “the finest street in England.” Pedestrian-friendly Cornmarket Street, “Corn,” is Oxford’s busiest shopping street with its many big-brand shops and department stores, the street is also home to the historic Golden Cross arcade, popular for its craft and jewelry shops, and the Covered Market, and housing an eclectic mix of food retailers. Also of interest is the former Crew Inn, where Shakespeare is said to have stayed on his journey between Stratford and London, and St. Michael’s Church which is notable for its early Norman tower.

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