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Ashdown Flowers

» Ashdown Flowers
8 West Street, East Grinstead, West Sussex RH19 4EQ

Ashdown Flowers is a well established florist in East Grinstead, being at our present location for the past 18 years, we are renowned for our excellent customer service and satisfaction, we boast a long standing reliable customer base.

Beautiful bouquets, hand tied and arrangements, every order for every customer is special and made using only the freshest best quality flowers that have the added bonus of being displayed in our cooler cabinet, as climate changes are a fact of life.

We also hold a licence so why not include champagne for that special occasion, or chocolates for the person who needs a little spoiling with teddies and balloons to bring that extra smile and of course roses for the lady in your life not just at valentines but at any time of the year, romance is alive and kicking.

We specialise in all aspects of wedding flowers, whether you are planning a small intimate occasion or that large family gathering, come and discuss your day with a free consultation, creative, traditional and modern designs including the church and reception venues.

At that difficult time we can arrange your funeral tributes with sympathy and respect, we have an excellent association with all the local funeral directors.

You can contact us 24/7 by telephone or fax, leave a message and we will return your call. Our local delivery service extends from 9am to 5pm with later deliveries by special request to enable you to ‘say it with Ashdown Flowers-The Florist’.

Telephone: 01342 321388
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East Grinstead didn’t have a fire brigade until 1863.