Ashbourne is a small town in the Derbyshire Dales area of northern England, famous across the nation for its annual shrovetide football match, a tradition in the town for hundreds of years.
Just a few miles from Ashbourne, Kedleston Hall is an 18th century house owned by the National Trust. Featuring Robert Adam interiors, the hall is open to the public and offers guided tours around its pristinely maintained rooms. During summer, the manicured grounds of the hall host an outdoor cinema that shows mainstream and independent films covering a variety of genres.
Shipley Country park features more than 700 acres of green space close to Ashbourne. With 20 miles of trail, the park is popular with runners and walkers whilst the lake attracts fishing enthusiasts. Each summer, wildflowers carpet the woodland areas here and the park becomes a hub for local flora enthusiasts.
Throughout the area, from Sturston to Mapleton, Floom’s Ashbourne flower delivery covers the entire community.