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Free Flowers To People In Residential Care Homes

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8y, 5m agoFound 8 years, 5 months ago
Flowers For All Occasions is pleased to be offering complimentary fresh flowers for people in residential care homes. If you have a friend or a relative staying in a residential care home whom you feel will benefit from fresh flowers please let us know their contact details with phone number so that we can verify and send them a complimentary bouquet to really make their day.
Flowers-for-all-occasions.co.uk has experienced great success over the last few years and would like to thank you for your continued support.
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#1
Great idea :)

Don't want to pee on your fireworks but some care homes don't allow flowers so would be worth checking before you tried to send some :thumbsup:
#2
LaoTzu
Great idea :)

Don't want to pee on your fireworks but some care homes don't allow flowers so would be worth checking before you tried to send some :thumbsup:


yep good idea to phone and check 1st thanks LaoTzu :thumbsup:
#3
your welcome pinks :-D

love your finds, dunno how ya do it but u r a great HUKD'er :thumbsup:
#4
absolutely brilliant find - thank you
#5
LaoTzu
your welcome pinks :-D

love your finds, dunno how ya do it but u r a great HUKD'er :thumbsup:


cheers its hard work sometimes but very rewarding. cheers pal :friends:
#6
pinkmelonsmr2
cheers its hard work sometimes but very rewarding. cheers pal :friends:


no probs ;-)
#7
Great Deal if you have someone staying in any of these care homes

From the site:
Flowers Delivered to :

Ardmaine Nursing Home
Fullerton Road
Newry
Northern Ireland
bt35

The Old Vicarage Nursing Home
Gravel Walk
Cullompton
Devon
EX15 1DA

Pen-y-bryn nursing home
26 sketty Park Road
sketty SWANSEA
W Glamorgan
SA2 9AS

Llys Cadfan
Bryn Hyfryd Road
Tywyn
Gwynedd
LL36 9HG

Bryony House
Bryony Road, Selly Oak
Birmingham
West Midlands
B29 4RX
0031207776771:

Roadoak manor nursing home
Mulcrow close
Parr sthelens
Merseyside
Wa9 1hb
0034952454588:
#8
thanks maryk_88 :)
#9
Is It Only To Those 6 Homes ???????

Or Any You Want To Give Details For ?
#10
LaoTzu
Great idea :)

Don't want to pee on your fireworks but some care homes don't allow flowers so would be worth checking before you tried to send some :thumbsup:


You have to wonder what sort of care is being provided in a [COLOR="Red"]care[/COLOR] home that won't allow flowers to be delivered for its residents. If I had a relative in a home like that I'd be seriously concerned about the welfare standards.
#11
Newbold
You have to wonder what sort of care is being provided in a [COLOR="Red"]care[/COLOR] home that won't allow flowers to be delivered for its residents. If I had a relative in a home like that I'd be seriously concerned about the welfare standards.


:-( Me too Newbold :-(
#12
Might be worth seeing if there are any catches (ever skeptical :thumbsup: ), good if they are free and so long as your loved one is not pestered afterwards to place an order.

Came across someone who had recently paid for an order and she sounds like on unhappy customer:
http://www.dooyoo.co.uk/online-shops/online-flower-shops-tips-and-comparison/1097424/
#13
Many clients have breathing conditions that can be exacerbated by such as lily pollen.
Many plants/flowers can be poisonous and in EMI homes you would be surprised if I told you what I have found clients eating in the past.

There are many "policies" that may surprise you in the care business but that is down to the care standards agencies as much as individual home policies.

So, sometimes, even with something as seemingly simple as this one has to be careful.
#14
Is this only to the 6 nursing homes or to any nursing home?
#15
Fantastic find!
#16
LaoTzu
Great idea :)

Don't want to pee on your fireworks but some care homes don't allow flowers so would be worth checking before you tried to send some :thumbsup:


and some hospitals too, couldn't take any to m-i-l who has just had a stroke, hospital would not allow us to bring flowers in.
#17
HELLO THERE ARE NURSING HOMES IN THE SOUTH EAST TOO!!!! NOT LISTED :x
#18
reading reviews for these guys I'd be very careful, free or not. No personal experience of them but recent online reviews (less than a month) don't bode well. Some pretty important problems; multiple trading names, orders not turning up and rude customer services mean I'd stay away from this company. If you want your loved ones to have flowers then personally I'd use the local florist. At least if there's a problem you can sort it out face-to-face. More money yes but better than sending half-dead flowers with only a hope that they'll turn up.

Of course that's only from research I've done into online flower retailers so if you've had positive personal experience of this company or others then let us know!
#19
Brilliant find - i know someone that will love this!

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