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Giving something extra on Valentine’s Day
We are proud that our work here at St Saviours is able to help support The Children’s Society.
What the charity does to help children who are affected by poverty and neglect is so beneficial and necessary that we are super delighted to be able to support their work by donating 15% of every sale to their work.
In fact, Valentine’s Day is a really busy time of the year for us. We offer a wide range of flowers and flower cards that can be delivered by post.
To place an order and see that 15% goes to The Children’s Society, visit our website and include the code 'CS' in your order.
The last day for ordering in time for the Valentine’s Day is Monday, 11 February.
What we do here at St Saviours
Jen from The Children's Society's partnership development team asked me to write a bit about a typical working day here at St Saviours Nurseries.
At 7am workers in the packing shed start to ensure that fresh flowers are ready to be posted at 11am each day. Our office staff handles telephone orders and processes orders from our website, ensuring that flowers are ready to be despatched in time for when our customers need them.
We send a fantastic range of flowers here which include freesias, carnations, alstroemeria, Singapore orchids and lilies.
To get a sense of our work in action please visit our website, and be sure to include the code 'CS' in your order so that 15% of your order is donated to The Children's Society. Deliveries for Valentine's Day must be placed by Monday.
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