Family Fun Day at Trinity Park to celebrate 15 years of Emma’s Florist

Family Fun Day at Trinity Park to celebrate 15 years of Emma’s Florist

Emma’s Florist has been helping people celebrate special occasions with flowers for the past 15 years, and now they’re throwing a party of their own.

On Saturday 15th September 2018, come down for a Family Fun day at Trinity Park to celebrate Emma’s Florist’s exciting 15 year milestone with the team. “There’ll be plenty of indoor and outdoor activities going on throughout the afternoon. We’ll have hot food, glitter tattoos, a bouncy castle… the list goes on. It’s about raising a little money for charity, saying thank you to the community for supporting my florist for all these years, and giving people and families a positive and fun event to enjoy. Everyone is welcome.” Says Emma’s Florist owner and namesake Emma Felgate.

Emma is hoping to catch the last of the British summertime weather for the big event, but with indoor as well as outdoor activities planned, it’s guranteed to be a fun day, no matter the weather. “It’s a big anniversary for us, so let’s make it a party to remember, and celebrate our wonderful local community.”

A good cause

Part of the money raised will go to Volunteering Matters, a charity dedicated to helping people find ways to participate in their local communities. Their work has helped improve the health and wellbeing of so many people over the years, not to mention strengthening many communities in Suffolk and throughout the British Isles.

In for a penny, in for a pound

For just £1 entry fee per person, come and get your face painted, win a prize in the raffle, and enjoy fantastic slime and bubble experiences. Parking is free on the day, and the event runs from 11-4. Entry can either be paid on the day, or alternatively booked online via

Emma’s Florist provide cut flowers for any occasion. Phone 01473 272747 or email to arrange a bouquet for someone special.

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