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Florist donates bouquets at Nottingham Castle in act of kindness

Florist donates bouquets at Nottingham Castle in act of kindness

Donations of flowers have been gifted to Nottingham Castle visitors as part of 'Random Act of Kindness Day' on 17 February from local, family-run online florist, Bunches.

Bunches donated over 150 beautiful bouquets to guests of Nottingham Castle, in a bid to bring people joy as they entered the grounds. Nottingham Castle attracts tens of thousands of arts and history lovers all-year-round, helping them to discover the city’s unique and rebellious past.

Dani Turner, customer experience director at Bunches, said: "We were truly delighted to donate flowers to visitors today. Little moments such as this really make a difference to people, and we felt this was the perfect random act of kindness.

The team also gave out packets of birdseed to visitors in a bid to encourage more wildlife to gardens around the UK.

“As a family-run business we are committed to helping causes that celebrate heritage, health and happiness within the community and aim to keep people connected through acts with bring people together. We encourage everyone to do something nice for one-another, whether it’s a neighbour, a friend, or a family member.”

David Johns, chief operating officer at Nottingham Castle, added:

“It was wonderful seeing our visitors faces light up today with the gifting of flowers at the Castle.

“This is what being part of a community is all about – making other people smile and being part of the greater good. We should all take a leaf out of Bunches’ book.”

Bunches has been providing the nation with ethical flowers, plants, and gifts since its humble beginnings selling flowers at Mansfield market in 1989. As the first florist to offer postal delivery, the Nottingham-based company, which prides itself on delivering happiness and joy to people across the country, has now sent more than ten million gifts to help customers celebrate their meaningful moments.

The business also donates a minimum of ten per cent of its profits to charitable projects in the UK and overseas and is committed to improving its sustainability credentials, with strides to reduce its use of plastic across its entire product selection.

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