Flying Flowers have created a special charity bouquet to help
fun the Salvation Army's projects, including helping the
homeless, families struggling to cope, the elderly or lonely and
individuals who want to overcome addictions.
Priced at £25.99, two pounds from the sale of every Salvation Army
Charity Bouquet go directly to the charity. The diplay feature
scented red Freesia, red Roses, Ming Fern and festive Gold
Last year the flower company - which celebrated 30 years in
business earlier this year - raised over £7,000 on behalf of
charity from sales of its Christmas bouquet.
To buy the Salvation Army Charity Bouquet go to: www.flyingflowers.co.uk
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