With autumn just around the corner, what better way to celebrate the natural beauty of this glorious season than with a flower arranging class at Interflora Flower School?
Our Celebration of Autumn Colour class, taking place on Wednesday 26th September, will show you how to bring together the intense and brilliant shades of the season as you learn to create a fabulous design that really celebrates autumn and all it has to offer.
And if you book before 14th September, you’ll receive a special 10% discount- plus we’re also giving away a free signed copy of Interflora Flower School tutor David Ragg’s book ‘Monograph’, worth £35.00, with every Flower School booking whilst stocks last.
Whether purchased as a wonderful indulgence for yourself or as a gift for someone special your Interflora Flower School experience is sure to be truly unforgettable. From the stunning setting, to the beautiful flowers, and personal tuition you will receive from our expert florists, our half-day floristry classes are a magical experience.
To take advantage of this fantastic offer, or for more details about our Flower School classes please call 01529 416588.
Terms and Conditions
This offer is valid for Flower School bookings made before 14th September 2012. Offer only valid when promotional code ‘FSBLOG12’ is quoted at the time of booking. One copy of David Ragg’s Monograph (herein referred to as ‘the gift’) will be dispatched to the customer at the address given at the time of booking once payment for the Interflora Flower School class has been received, while stocks last. Should the Flower School booking subsequently be cancelled by the customer once the gift has been dispatched to them, the retail value of the gift (£35) will be deducted from the amount refunded to the customer. Offer limited to the first 20 Flower School places booked and paid for. This offer is non-negotiable and no alternative gift is available.
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