Woodhouse Florist is Synonymous in Sheffield for Providing Quality Floral Designs

16th June 2012

Established over 50 years, Woodhouse florist is synonymous inSheffieldfor providing quality floral designs time and again.

Our experts are equally at home producing bouquets, hand ties, plant designs, wreaths, button holes and table centre pieces. Based at989 Abbeydale Roadin Millhouses , Woodhouse Florist has undergone a substantial refurbishment during 2012 and has managed to secure a number of high profile corporate clients. As we prepare to cheer on local girl Jessica Ennis, we would like to offer our Sheffield Chamber colleague members a 10% discount for any corporate accounts set up for the remainder of this historic year of sport and celebration. This offer could be of particular interest to; Car showrooms Hotels & Pubs Restaurants Conference halls & Meeting rooms Churches & Schools Hair dressers Retail outlets   We are more than happy providing single table displays to more adventurous designs to suit your needs. Please contact Marie on 01142 362699 or contact@woodhouseflorist.co.uk for more details and to discuss your requirements and your SCCI 10% reduced rates. Emma Goldman said;  I'd rather have roses on my table than diamonds on my neck!

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