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Shropshire is a county in the West Midlands area of England. It is alternatively known as Salop and the demonym of the county is Shrops. The county shares borders with a host of counties and also shares borders with Wales to the West. The counties Shropshire shares borders with are Cheshire, Staffordshire, Worcestershire, and Herefordshire. The county town of Shrewsbury is culturally and historically important and it is very close to the center of the county. The town is located on the River Severn and it is a market town. The unique thing about Shrewsbury is its center which has a still retains its medieval street plan. The town still celebrates its rich history and this can be seen in numerous listed building featuring the timber framing of the 15th and 16th century spread across the streets of Shrewsbury.
As the commercial center of Shropshire and mid-Wales, Shrewsbury receives numerous traders, merchants, and tourists all year long. Tourists are attracted to the medieval architecture still present and the scenic natural beauty of the town's landscape. The Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is designated this interesting name as a result of historical attractions that are located within or near the Hills. One of them is the Stokesay Castle which is a well-preserved fortified manor house. Offa's Dyke is another attraction; it is a massive linear earthwork which runs through the area. The Shropshire Hills is home to a range of wildlife such as dipper, ring ouzel, Merlin, curlew, tree sparrow and so on. Other attractions present are the Clun Forest which is a remote area of woodland and hills and the Wyre forest which itself is a large woodland area that has half of its land area in Shropshire and the other half in Worcestershire.
Evidently, it is obvious that Shropshire is a beautiful county, with diverse wildlife and significant history. It comes naturally that the residents display also a great taste in flowers and floral arrangements. At Hipper.com, we are happy to satisfy such floral demands with our convenient and affordable flower delivery services. Unlike local florists in Shropshire, our doors are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can place your order for flower delivery anytime, even in the middle of the night. We use only the freshest blooms sourced directly from flower markets in Europe. All of our flowers are prepared, cut and hand-tied by a team of skilled in-house florists. The flower delivery is then arranged by our couriers who make sure that no petal is harmed during the delivery.
If you want a more convenient way to send flowers in Shropshire, look no further than Hipper.com. We are offering free flower delivery available seven days a week. You can order as late as 10.00 pm weekdays, and your flowers will be delivered the very next day. In addition to our standard delivery, you can pay extra for guaranteed timed delivery. If you fancy upgrading your gift experience even more, you can add small extra gifts like mini birthday cake, a bottle of wine or a box of chocolates to your order. In each case, you will receive detailed tracking details for your order and a free greeting card to leave your best wishes. If you want a more convenient flower delivery in Shropshire, we are here to help you select and send the best flowers.