Located in the east English county of Suffolk, the town of Beccles has a population of about 10,000 and has long been renowned throughout the area as a key market settlement.
The Broads is a sprawling national park that covers much of the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk. Formed by the flooding of peat networks, the park is renowned for its stunning picturesque waterways and diverse wildlife, particularly famous as a home for waterfowl.
St Michael’s Church and its Bell Tower are grade I listed buildings standing adjacent to one another in Beccles. Dating back to 1540, the tower stands on the edge of a cliff overlooking the River Waveney.
Throughout the area, from Blyburgate to Bridge Street, Floom’s Beccles flower delivery covers the whole area.