Huntingdon florist is growing places
HUNTINGDON florists The Flower Patch will be moving to pastures new when it closes in Huntingdon and moves to Sawtry. The business, which has been at its premises in Huntingdon High Street for four years, will move into a smaller unit in Greenways, Sawtry
HUNTINGDON florists The Flower Patch will be moving to pastures new when it closes in Huntingdon and moves to Sawtry.
The business, which has been at its premises in Huntingdon High Street for four years, will move into a smaller unit in Greenways, Sawtry, in June.
The Huntingdon shop will close on Friday, June 4, and the Sawtry shop will open on Monday, June 7.
Owner Sarah Dean-Allsop said the move was an exciting new opportunity for the company.
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"Being in Sawtry will mean that we are better position to deliver to our customers all over the region and we will still continue to offer everything that we could before.
"From Sawtry we're going to be right in the middle of the area we deliver to, and we will also be able to benefit from the new building developments and villages around Peterborough."
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Mrs Dean-Allsop, who employs three staff, said she also expected to gain business from the weddings at country manors between Huntingdon and Peterborough.
She added: "I feel moving out of the town centre will help us - I have a really good feeling about Sawtry.