Firstly, I’ll introduce myself, My name is Holly, I am a pushing 30 year old florist and dreamer; and love anything and everything outdoors and to do with flowers!
I have lived locally to Kingston all my life, studying in Twickenham and a little further a field in North London in both Events and Floristry. Having worked at some of the areas most prestigious event venues, I have nearly a decade of experience under my belt. Venues include Hampton Court Palace, Kew Gardens and Syon Park to name just a few.
Over these 10 years I have accrued practical, logistical and technical experience across the Flower and Events industries. It allows me to focus on the finer details that other companies may miss, to ensure that no leaf is left unturned for you and your special occasion.
Beautiful original greetings cards (from £1.50 each), gift wrap, notelets, invitations, thank you cards and much, much more. Look at my website to see the full range.
69 Sopwith Close, Kingston, Surrey
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Tel. +44 20 8549 5871 http://www.banquetrecords.com/
Banquet Records is an independent record shop in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey. It stocks a broad range of music on both CD and vinyl but mainly specialises in new music from indie, punk, emo, electro, house, drum ‘n’ bass and dub-step genres.
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Bee Smith Millinery, established in 2010, designs and makes hats and headpieces for every occasion from Ascot, through to Weddings, Christenings, Royal Investitures and Theatre.
Bee Smith’s studio is based in Kingston, Surrey, where she welcomes clients for individual styling. Her collections capture nostalgic glamour with hats to suit English elegance, with just a hint of eccentricity
Studio 15, Fusion Arts, 53 Eden St, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey.
020 8546 9774
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Surbiton’s High Class Family Butchers
The highest quality cuts of meat from the finest sources. Celebrating 50 Years of Serving the Community.
At C.D Jennings & Sons Butchers we have built a reputation over 50 years for friendly, personal service supplying only the highest quality cuts of meat from the finest sources.
We have retained the traditional approach to trading by giving a level of service and knowledge not usually available in today’s supermarkets.
We hang/dry age our Scotch Beef for 3 weeks to ensure maximum taste and tenderness. We cut all of our meat to your requirements and are happy to give advice on the best way to get the most out of our products.
Proud Suppliers of: Scotch Premier Beef, Scotch Highland Lamb & Romney Salt Marsh Lamb, Free Range Pork & ‘Rare Breed’ Gloucester Old Spot Pork, Balmoral & Royal Deeside Venison, Free Range Corn Fed Chicken.
We hand make all of our sausages & burgers at our shop in Surbiton.
View our website for the complete range: www.cdjenningsandsons.com
146 Ewell Road, Surbiton
020 8399 4870
K£ username = Jennings
Local independent Fruiterer and Greengrocers
155 Surbiton Hill Park Surbiton Surrey
020 8399 5550
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Tel. 020 8399 2188 http://regencybookshop.com/
Independent bookshop est. 1962, seller of great reads, beautiful cards & jolly good wrap. Also sell Orchard Toys. Come & say hello!
We are a thriving independent bookshop on Surbiton high street. Winner of London Independent Bookshop of the Year 2015. We keep a wide range of books including a well-stocked children’s section. We also sell toys, gifts and have a fantastic selection of cards. 24-hour ordering service.
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Shoes at Last sells a range of clothing, shoes and accessories for women who are looking for something a bit different.
shoes: sizes 36 to 42
clothing: 34 to 44
Mon,Tues,Weds,Thurs,Fri 10.30am to 7pm
Saturday 10am to 6pm Sunday 11am to 5pm
81 Maple Road Surbiton
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Local bee farmer and honey producer, Hayden Sallah knows everything there is to know about bees and has been keeping bees in the Surrey Hills since 2012. He produces, harvests and sells ‘Surrey Hills Honey’ at local farmers markets.
Hayden is passionate about bees and his biggest hives have 20,000 bees in them while his smallest house 5,000.
“Bees eat the honey they make so you have to leave some back for them, especially in the winter when they can’t collect pollen.”
The consistency, colour and taste of honey all depends on the pollen the bees bring back to the hive. Hayden’s bees pollinate the nearby orchard and lavender plantation, although they will travel about five miles from the apiary to find pollen if there is none nearby.
If you are interested in purchasing local Surrey Hills honey or want to know more about Bee keeping, you can contact Hayden Sallah on the details below.
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