Christmas 2018 at St Leonard’s Flowers!

Magdalen Road Christmas Fair Join us for the annual Magdalen Road Christmas Fair on Saturday 1st December 2018 2pm-6pm! Now in it’s 8th year, this annual event sees our road closed to traffic and filled with 50 stalls in addition to our own independent shops. We’ll be selling our British grown Christmas Trees again plus wreaths, poinsettias and lots of festive decorations. Shop, eat, drink and meet friends at this festive Christmas fair. Christmas Wreath…

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Chelsea Flower Fever Comes to Exeter

Exeter is in full bloom as part of The Chelsea Fringe Festival with it’s first Floral Trail event 22nd – 24th May 2018. For the first time, the city of Exeter is to be part of the Chelsea Fringe Festival! The Exeter Floral Trail is the brainchild of local flower school and RHS Chelsea Gold medallists’, British Academy of Floral Art, and aims to raise awareness and funds for AgeUK Exeter. The free event takes…

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Celebrate British Flowers Week

British Flowers Week – the national campaign to encourage everyone to buy more seasonal, locally grown cut flowers – is taking place on 19-25 June, and at St Leonard’s Flowers in Exeter, we will be celebrating in style. We have always been a strong supporter of using locally grown flowers in our hand-tied bouquets and floral arrangements. As well as a dedicated window display and in store area displaying the best seasonal choices, this British…

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St Leonard’s Flowers Wins Exeter’s Best Retailer Award 2017

The team at St Leonard’s Flowers are celebrating winning Best Retailer in this year’s Exeter Living Awards 2017. These prestigious awards held by Exeter Living Magazine commend the best of Exeter’s business community. The categories span a range of business sectors including the arts, charity, restaurants, bars, services and retailers. The entrants submit their achievements and highlights over the last twelve months and are whittled down to a shortlist of finalists that are presented to…

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