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Areas such as Bloomsbury are serviced daily by us for flower deliveries to private and corporate addresses in WC1 with our flower delivery Bloomsbury service. We deliver flowers for same day orders in and around Bloomsbury every day of the week and do Saturday and Sunday flower delivery, too. As florist Bloomsbury it goes without saying that we can deliver your flower order on a same day basis on weekends, too. We can do more than just deliver flowers, though. If you need chocolates, balloons, or champagne delivered with your flower arrangement, contact us, we are happy to help you with any additional orders you want to place. We will organise any item with the flower delivery that we can obtain for you within the specified time limit. Bloomsbury is just one of many areas we service in and around central London.

Bloomsbury is an area in Camden Central London between Euston Road and Holborn with the postcode WC1. It was developed by the Russell family into a fashionable residential area. It is notable for its flowering garden squares, literary connections (Bloomsbury Group) and flower shop. Bloomsbury was not the first area of London having a formal square. But Bloomsbury Square, laid out in 1660 as Southampton Square, was the first square to be named as such. In the area, we are the prime florist’s address if you need your flowers delivered the same day or at any date specified by you. Bloomsbury is visited by our vans at least twice every day and specified am and pm deliveries of flower arrangements, bouquets, or even single stem flowers can be arranged for you.

The earliest record of the area to become Bloomsbury is the 1086 Domesday Book. In 1201, the name Bloomsbury is first attested. William de Blemond had acquired the land and built a manor or bury there.The name Bloomsbury developed from Blemond’s bury after that. In the 17th century, the Earl of Southampton constructed what eventually was named Bloomsbury Square. The area was developed in the 18th century by landowners such as the Duke of Bedford. He built Bloomsbury Market which opened in 1730. Bloomsbury florist and other small businesses developed from such markets. The layout for the squares started about 1800 when Francis Russell tore down Bedford House and developed the land with Russell Square as its centrepiece. Today, Bloomsbury is an attractive and sought after living area in Camden and indeed in London.

As you see, the blooms in Bloomsbury have nothing to do with flowers and everything with history. But this is no hindrance to have flowers delivered any day of the week in WC1. And any day includes Sunday flower deliveries. We guarantee same day deliveries for flowers, chocolates, balloons, and champagne if you place the order before 12 noon on our website for postcode WC1. If this is not precise enough, we offer you the possibility of a two hour delivery to Bloomsbury or any other part of Camden and even London. Florists in Bloomsbury look back on a long history in which we share and participate.Fresh WC1 flowers delivered with our dedicated fleet with our send flowers WC1 service.

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